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Canon Wins Six Honours At The 2012 TIPA Awards

Canon Wins Six Honours At The 2012 TIPA Awards - The TIPA panel have awarded Canon with six accolades.

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Product : Canon EOS 5D MkIII
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Europe’s leading photo imaging and press association, TIPA (Technical Image Press Association ), have awarded Canon six separate honours.

The TIPA judging panel gave awards to the following Canon products:
Kieran Magee, Marketing Director, Professional Imaging, Canon Europe said: "It is a great accolade to have received six awards from TIPA. This past year has been exceptional for Canon, with a range of ground-breaking product launches, including the landmark EOS C300 and the much awaited EOS 5D Mark III.

The phenomenal reception from the TIPA judging panel highlights Canon’s commitment to imaging excellence and the impressive consumer and professional products we have developed."

After honouring Canon’s award-winning products, the TIPA judging panel offered the following citations:

Best DSLR Professional: Canon EOS-1D X
Canon’s new top of the line professional DSLR combines the creative advantages of a full frame sensor with high speed, high sensitivity technology to serve the needs of pro news, sports and wildlife photographers. Featuring an 18 MP CMOS sensor and powered by dual DIGIC 5+ image processors the EOS-1D X offers a well-balanced package of image quality and shooting speed that can go as high as 14 frames per second. Its standard 100-51,200 ISO range can be expanded to ISO 50 and 204,800. The newly engineered 61-point AF-system with 41 cross type sensors is the fastest and most accurate ever, enabling the camera to detect and track fast moving subjects even under lowlight conditions. Full HD video recording and built-in Ethernet complete the pro model.

Best Expert Compact Camera: Canon PowerShot G1 X
Image quality is often associated with interchangeable lenses, but the truth is that these two options are not necessarily linked. Canon has realized that many photographers do want DSLR-like image quality, but in a compact camera style body with an excellent fixed zoom lens. The PowerShot G1 X features a large 4:3 aspect ratio 14.3 MP CMOS sensor measuring 18.7mm x 14mm – similar in size to the APS-C sensors used in EOS DSLR models. The result is a compact camera that delivers superior image quality even when working in low light.

Best Professional DSLR Lens: Canon EF 8-15mm f/4L USM fisheye
Fisheye lenses allow photographers to shoot spectacular pictures with extreme viewing angles. In combination with a 24x36mm full frame sensor DSLR camera, the Canon EF 8-15mm allows for either full frame or circular fisheye images; with smaller sensors it covers the full frame. Its 180-degree field of view offers exceptional creative capture capabilities. This Canon premium L-series lens features exceptional optical design, quality and durability. The patented SubWavelength Structure Coating (SWC) reduces ghosting effects and flare, while the additional Fluorine coating aids in easy cleaning of the large front element.

Best Multifunction Photo Printer: Canon PIXMA MG8250
With a sleek design and enhanced connectivity, which includes access to the new PIXMA Cloud Link and wireless printing from mobile devices, the Canon PIXMA MG8250 offers photo lab-quality printing at impressive speed. The print head produces 1-picolitre droplets and delivers up to 9600dpi print resolution. The 6-ink system includes Pigment Black, Dye Black, Magenta, Cyan, Yellow and Grey ink, which produce a grain free, smooth colour 10x15 cm photo in just 20 seconds. Added to the package is a CCD scanner with 35mm film scanning at 4800 x 9600 dpi, making this multifunction a very desirable tool for every photo enthusiast.

Best Video DSLR: Canon EOS 5D Mark III
The Canon EOS 5D Mark II changed the landscape of digital photography. No longer are digital still and video two separate worlds, shot with two distinctly different systems. Now users can decide whether to shoot stills or video (or both) on the spot, carrying just one camera system. The EOS 5D Mark III further improves this experience with a newly designed 61-point AF and 63-zone metering system, and a new 22 MP sensor with an incredibly high ISO sensitivity. Additional movie functions include manual exposure control and an enhanced range of high bit-rate video compression options, with intraframe (ALL-I) and interframe (IPB) methods both supported.

Best Professional Videocamera: Canon EOS C300 Digital Cinema Camera
To implement the revolutionary C300, Canon called upon expertise from diverse fields including sensors, image processors and optics. The result is landmark video camera technology available in two versions: EOS C300 with an EF interchangeable lens mount and EOS C300 PL with a PL mount. A high-resolution 8.3 MP Super 35mm-equivalent CMOS sensor has been especially developed for the system. Both versions feature modular architecture and are accompanied by a new range of video lenses.

The TIPA Awards are considered the most coveted imaging honours worldwide. Comprising editors from leading photography titles worldwide, the TIPA panel meets annually to discuss the latest products, taking everything from innovation to design and overall product quality into account. The panel selects and acknowledges the outstanding imaging products from the previous 12 month period.

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Click here to see the full list of TIPA winners: 2012 TIPA Award Winners

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NeilS e2
7 936 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2012 5:27PM
How can any one possibly give an award for a product announced 6 months ago and not now due to be available until June 2012 at the earliest.

Whilst pre production models have been available, Canon hasn't as yet released any raw images from the pre production units

That will obviously be TIPA reading and swallowing the Canon 1DX blurb hook line and sinker then

And I am a potential customer for the camera "if" it performs (I won't be a beta tester again)

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