Panasonic camera cashback
The electronics giant is another one running its own winter camera cashback campaign for UK consumers up until the 31st January 2019, with either single or double cashback offers on selected models for the current designated time period. Covered by the latest offer are a selection of its interchangeable lens mirrorless cameras plus sundry premium Panasonic compacts and travel zooms. The date up until which you can make your claim is slightly longer than usual for prospective Panasonic owners – being 30th April, 2019.
For the full line up of included models, how to apply for Panasonic’s camera cashback and the usual T&C’s, view the information on Panasonic's site.
In terms of retailers piggybacking on the promotion, Jessops was highlighting the Panasonic cashback deals on top of its own sales promotions at the time of writing.
In the meantime, to help you decide which camera is the best fit for you, here are our highlights of the Panasonic models covered by the latest cashback deals…
Panasonic UK - mirrorless camera cashback deals
With £250 cashback currently offered, this Micro Four Thirds sensor incorporating mirrorless camera is arguably one of the best compact system camera solutions out there for shooting 4K video as well as stills. We also like its large and bright EVF, touch screen interface, durable build and swift response times. With a 20.3 MP maximum resolution, further impressing is a 3.2-inch vari-angle touchscreen.
There’s up to £300 being offered on this model, which takes some of the best bits from the GH5 for photographers, while eschewing some of the video functions that might not be needed. We also rate the G9’s 6.5 stop equivalent image stabilization system, up to 60fps burst shooting, its large viewfinder, its decent sized grip and ergonomic handling, plus the versatility of dual UHS-II card slots.
It’s £100 cashback on the G80, which picks up where the earlier Panasonic G7 left off. The pluses on this model include its excellent eye-level OLED electronic viewfinder and touch screen LCD, its strong AF performance, good in-camera Raw conversion capability, and great results when shooting 4K video. While the G80 isn’t short of competitors, it still has much to recommend it.
Panasonic UK – compact camera cashback deals
There’s £50 to be claimed upon purchase of a GX9 compact, aimed at the enthusiast photographer who wants a high performance capability. The added appeal here is a compact design, 4K video plus 4K photo modes, a hybrid stabilisation system, body integral flash, responsive touch screen operation and swift and accurate focusing speeds in single shot mode.
There’s £50 to be claimed upon purchase of a LX100, which may be a little long in the tooth now the Mark II version has been released, but is still a capable contender nonetheless. The pluses here are a ‘best of both worlds’ large sensor in a small body offering both quality yet convenience with it, plus a compact high quality lens, conventional physical controls for those looking to get hands-on, plus a decent electronic viewfinder.View Deal
There’s £50 to be claimed upon purchase of a LX15 pocket camera which boasts both a larger than average one inch sensor plus 4K video capability; in tandem making for a compelling package with an excellent size to performance ratio. The auto focus system is great, it delivers a lovely image quality with pleasingly little noise, video quality is very good and there’s a bright f/1.4 maximum aperture for better results in low light. View Deal
There’s up to £100 to be claimed upon purchase of the 20.1 megapixel FZ2000 (FZ2500 in the US), which updated the FZ1000. Chief features to die for here include a one-inch sensor plus a super fast AF system, an impressive image stabilisation system, plus excellent still image and video quality. The lens capability is no slouch either, naturally, in offering a focal range the equivalent of 24-480mm in 35mm film terms – the latter is truthfully a large part of what you’ll be buying this for.View Deal
There’s £50 to be claimed upon purchase of a bridge camera that boasts the advantage over most competitors of a one-inch sensor at its heart. Also worthy of note are a large(ish) maximum aperture of f/2.8 for greater efficiency in low light photography and video capture plus an extensive feature set to keep those photographers who love to get hands on, happy. The 16x optical zoom range equivalent to a wide angle 25-400mm isn’t bad either.View Deal
There’s £50 to be claimed upon purchase of the TZ200, which we reckoned was the most advanced travel zoom camera you could buy when it was launched. Chief features to get excited about include a 15x optical zoom range, a large one inch sensor, touch screen control and operation, 4K video and photo modes commensurate with this being a Panasonic camera, along with a built-in EVF, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, plus a smattering of manual controls.View Deal
There’s £50 to be claimed upon purchase of this premium travel zoom camera, the TZ100 being, naturally, the previous iteration of the current TZ200. Catching our attention originally was its inclusion of a physically bigger than most point-and-shoot compacts one-inch sensor, married to a 10x optical zoom and touchscreen LCD operation. Add built-in Wi-Fi plus 4K video capture and, if that focal reach is sufficient for you, this is an enticing treat indeed.View Deal
There’s £30 to be claimed upon purchase of this TZ93 super zoom or ‘travel zoom’ compact camera, which forms part of Panasonic’s acclaimed ‘TZ’ series. Features to note here are a 30x optical zoom, 20.3 megapixel resolution, 4K recording capabilities, built-in EVF, Wi-Fi connectivity, 3-inch tilting touch screen at the rear for ‘best of both worlds’ style operation, plus built-in image stabilisation system. A capable contender that will slip easily into any pocket.View Deal
There’s £30 to be claimed upon purchase of a TZ90; in essence another pocket friendly (in both senses) travel zoom, which offers consumers a 20.3 megapixel 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor married to a 24-700mm equivalent focal range. Aiding ease of use round the back is a 3-inch tilting touch screen with a resolution of 1,040K dots. Of course you’ll also be wanting to know whether it functions well for selfies? Yes, the answer is that it does.View Deal
There’s £50 to be claimed upon purchase of a FZ330, a super zoom slightly longer in the saddle than most models listed here but a capable performer still thanks to the inclusion of a 25-600mm Leica lens with maximum f/2.8 aperture. The camera gives a consistently good performance and its EVF and vari-angle touchscreen is of high quality. We still get 4K photo and video modes too, so it manages to keep pace with its newer stable mates.View Deal
There’s £50 to be claimed upon purchase of the electronic giant’s toughened compact, which features the less usual addition of a body-integral electronic viewfinder, a feature not often found on cameras of its ilk. Added to this the camera is waterproof down to depths of 31 metres, features Panasonic’s much trumpeted 4K video and 4K photo capability, along with a pleasing amount of exterior controls that shouldn’t trouble slippery fingers.View Deal