Awards & Reviews

Winner: 2019 Photographer of the Year

A stunning series of Japanese winterscapes has won Anthony Lawrence the overall title of Australian Photography magazine’s 2019 Photographer of the Year, Presented by Panasonic. To qualify for the competition, amateur photographers from...

Review & Keep a multi-tasking Panasonic Rice Cooker

We’re looking for keen cooks who’d love to test and keep a 10-cup rice cooker – the SR-CN188WST or SR-DF181WST – and post their review on the Panasonic website with honest feedback. Four lucky people will receive one of these...

LUMIX S1H wows the critics on debut

When we unveiled the LUMIX S1H full-frame mirrorless camera to Australian photographic media ahead of the global embargo, they were keen to share their first impressions with the local audience. This camera is Panasonic’s new star in the...

Review & Keep a Panasonic NN-CD87KS Combi Microwave

** WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT Congratulations to Angela from South Australia and Guy from Queensland. **   We’re looking for keen cooks who want to test (and keep!) our new 34L convection, grill and combination microwave and review with honest...

Panasonic fans review our crusty loaf bread maker

Panasonic put a call out for baking enthusiasts to test (and keep) our new ZP2000 ‘crusty loaf’ bread maker in return for telling us all about their experience creating freshly baked goodies with this fancy little machine. Want to...

12 Greatest Moments in Australia’s Olympic History

“I think if you look for it, you see the true spirit of the Olympics demonstrated constantly.” – Harry Gordon, AOC Historian As our athletes prepare to show their team spirit at Tokyo 2020, we look back at 12 of the greatest moments...

LUMIX S Series put to the test in Tasmania

To celebrate the local launch of LUMIX S Series full-frame mirrorless cameras, we immersed 35 of Asia-Pacific’s best photographers and tech journalists in a distinctly Australian visual adventure. Why? Well, at Panasonic we’re all about...

ICYMI: Winners from 2018 Photographer of the Year

A series of striking images of endangered amphibians has won Brisbane ecologist, Jasmine Vink, the overall title of Australian Photography magazine’s 2018 Photographer of the Year, Presented by Panasonic. This is the largest amateur...