Panasonic - bringing places to life

Panasonic camera at Lacock

Our tech-savvy partnership with Panasonic is giving thousands of you the chance to interact with history, nature and the great outdoors in new and unexpected ways. And our shared drive to keep the environment healthy is making a huge difference in our mission to become more energy efficient.

Innovating and inspiring

Through their cutting-edge products, the Panasonic team are dedicated to creating a better life and a better world. That’s why we’re proud to call them one of our longest-standing partners. 

Since 2013, they’ve used their latest technology to help enhance our visitors’ experience of the special places we look after. From high-resolution projections and interactive displays that bring hidden stories to life, to LUMIX photography roadshows that encourage visitors to capture nature and sharpen their snapshot skills – they’re inspiring a love of beautiful places, and spreading the message of why it’s so important to protect them. 

Helping us go green

Thanks to Panasonic’s generous contribution of eco-technology, our partnership is also helping us move towards a greener future. When our Brancaster Activity Centre flooded in North Norfolk, Panasonic came to the rescue by kitting it out with new energy-efficient appliances. And at our Sutton Hoo Visitor Centre, the team fitted solar panels to help power the site using renewable energy, save on fuel bills and reduce our carbon footprint. As we work towards our 2020 renewable energy goals,  we’re hoping to find even more ways to team up.

Highlights from 2016

Photography tips


Get the most from your digital camera

With the help of our partner Panasonic, our ranger Rob Clarke shares his top tips for filming with a video camera.

About Panasonic

Since the founding of the company in 1918, Panasonic has focused on providing better living for their customers, through technology.

Panasonic’s goal is to reduce their energy emissions by 50 per cent and become the leading company for green innovations by their centenary in 2018.