Canon lands 5 top spots at the 2019 EISA Awards

August 15, 2019 • Gadgets and Gaming

Canon lands 5 top spots at the 2019 EISA Awards

The 2019 EISA Awards aim to showcase Canon’s unrivalled optical excellence and heritage.

Japanese camera manufacturer, Canon has scooped up five prestigious titles at the European Imaging and Sound Association Awards. Although the official EISA Awards ceremony will take place in Berlin on Friday, 6 September 2019, they hope to showcase Canon’s ‘unrivalled’ optical excellence and heritage. 

Since the launch of the EOS R System in September 2018, the EISA has noted that Canon has redefined photographic boundaries, designing bodies and lenses to expand shooting possibilities for amateur and professional photographers alike – which is reflected in this year’s awards.

Canon is proud to have been awarded:

  •     Canon EOS RP named EISA Best Buy Full-Frame Camera 2019-2020
  •     RF 28-70mm F 2L USM named EISA Lens Innovation 2019-2020
  •     RF 50mm F 1.2L USM named EISA Standard Prime Lens 2019-2020
  •     RF 24-105mm F 4L IS USM named EISA Standard Zoom Lens 2019-2020
  •     EF 600mm f/4L IS III USM named EISA Super-Telephoto Prime Lens 2019-2020

“Canon has a long-standing reputation of delivering best-in-class products, built on the foundations of the three core components of imaging; lenses, sensors and processors. These pioneering products span the full line-up – from photography to cinema and broadcast – which is something we are hugely proud of,” says Yuko Tanaka, Product Marketing Director at Canon Europe. 

Tanaka adds, “we have a desire to continuously innovate, which keeps Canon at the forefront of optical excellence as our expertise shapes the industry standard for lens development. These awards from EISA reinforce that we’re 100 per cent committed to delivering an incredible imaging experience for every one of our customers – we are happy that EISA recognises the value of our EOS R System, bodies and lenses. Our optical heritage continues to pave the way for future innovations within the industry.”

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