Here’s Your Chance to Win a Panasonic Lumix GH5 Camera and More [sponsored]

Written by RedShark News Staff


Enter now and you could win $5,000 worth of filmmaking goodies!

Want to get your hands on one of the most anticipated cameras of 2017, for free? Enter to win’s Indie Filmmaker Prize Pack and the Panasonic Lumix GH5 could be yours! 

The Lumix GH5 is the latest in Panasonic’s high-end mirrorless camera range. With the ability to shoot video in Cinema 4K and Full HD, it’s a must-have for filmmakers. 


But the GH5 is just the start; the Indie Filmmaker Prize Pack comes with $5,000 worth of goodies. As well as the camera, one lucky winner will get 4 Rokinon T1.5 Cine DS Lenses, a CineBags backpack, $500 in royalty free music from PremiumBeat, and $500 in video elements from RocketStock.

To be in with a chance to win this epic prize pack, submit your entry now. Don’t miss out, contest ends April 24, 2017!

Enter to Win

About PremiumBeat

PremiumBeat provides high-quality royalty free music for use in new and traditional media projects. With thousands of tracks in more than 30 styles, PremiumBeat music is ideal for websites, online videos, mobile apps, television, radio, feature films and other professional applications.

About RocketStock

RocketStock is a unique provider of exclusive After Effects templates and video assets for motion designers, filmmakers, video editors and cinematographers. Their curated collection promises universalized project design, similar features across projects, and intuitive workflows. 


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