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Batteries

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Trimmers + Hair clippers

Phones

Phones

Cameras

Cameras

Blu-ray players + Recorders

Blu-ray players + Recorders

Rechargeable batteries + Chargers

Rechargeable batteries + Chargers

Batteries

Batteries

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Trimmers + Hair clippers

Phones

Phones

Cameras

Cameras

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Blu-ray players + Recorders

Top-rated Panasonic products

Pro Power (8pcs., C / LR14 / Baby)
Batteries
17.30
Panasonic Pro Power (8pcs., C / LR14 / Baby)
233

1,758 products

Lumix S5 Kit (20-60mm, 24.20Mpx, Full frame)
1849.–minus 300.– discount
Panasonic Lumix S5 Kit (20-60mm, 24.20Mpx, Full frame)
Lumix TZ91 (24-720mm, 20.30Mpx, 1/2,3'')
321.–
Panasonic Lumix TZ91 (24-720mm, 20.30Mpx, 1/2,3'')
Lumix FZ82 (20-1200mm, 18.10Mpx, 1/2,3'')
276.–
Panasonic Lumix FZ82 (20-1200mm, 18.10Mpx, 1/2,3'')
Lumix FZ300 (4.5-108mm, 12.10Mpx, 1/2,3'')
360.–
Panasonic Lumix FZ300 (4.5-108mm, 12.10Mpx, 1/2,3'')
TX-49HXW944 (49", 4K, LCD, 2020)
16 of 20 remaining
700.–was 829.–
Panasonic TX-49HXW944 (49", 4K, LCD, 2020)
TX-65HZC1004 (65", 4K, OLED, 2020)
11 of 20 remaining
1499.–was 1999.–
Panasonic TX-65HZC1004 (65", 4K, OLED, 2020)
TX-43HXW584 (43", 4K, LCD)
476.–
Panasonic TX-43HXW584 (43", 4K, LCD)
TX-32FSW504 (32", HD, LCD, 2018)
304.–
Panasonic TX-32FSW504 (32", HD, LCD, 2018)
TX-43HXW944 (43", 4K, LCD, 2020)
18 of 20 remaining
649.–was 772.–
Panasonic TX-43HXW944 (43", 4K, LCD, 2020)
Lumix FZ2000 (24-480mm, 20.90Mpx, 1")
–5%
731.–was 772.–
Panasonic Lumix FZ2000 (24-480mm, 20.90Mpx, 1")
TX-65HZC2004 (65", 4K, OLED, 2020)
3499.–
Panasonic TX-65HZC2004 (65", 4K, OLED, 2020)
Lumix DC-G9 Leica Kit (12-60mm, 20Mpx, Micro Four Thirds)
1499.–
Panasonic Lumix DC-G9 Leica Kit (12-60mm, 20Mpx, Micro Four Thirds)
DMC-TZ101 (25-250mm, 20.10Mpx, 1")
383.–
Panasonic DMC-TZ101 (25-250mm, 20.10Mpx, 1")
Lumix DC-GH5 Leica Kit (12-60mm, 20.30Mpx, Micro Four Thirds)
1799.–
Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5 Leica Kit (12-60mm, 20.30Mpx, Micro Four Thirds)
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    Panasonic

    The Panasonic Corporation was founded as Matsushita Denki Kigu Seisakujo in March 1918 by Kōnosuke Matsushita as a family business. In Japan, the company first launched bicycle bulbs, household products and television sets. From 1955 Matsushita began to export loudspeakers and lamps under the newly introduced "PanaSonic" brand. Matsushita sold various products for the audio and video sector under these brand names.

    In the 1970s and 1980s, the company developed numerous innovations, such as the direct drive for turntables and the VHS video standard, which finally established itself worldwide in the home user sector. Panasonic was also instrumental in the development of the CD and later DVD standards. The same applies to the DV and DVC-Pro video systems as well as plasma screens in HD quality.

    The company is now one of the world's largest manufacturers of consumer electronics and electrical appliances. Around 290,500 people work for Panasonic abroad. Since October 1, 2008, the company is only called Panasonic Corporation. This was mainly due to the fact that the company was better known abroad under the name Panasonic.