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The Nikon D7000, has won the category of 'European Advanced SLR Camera of the Year 2011-2012' at the EISA (European Imaging and Sound Association) awards.
The EISA judges said: "At the head of Nikon’s semi-professional line of cameras, the D7000 is packed with the high-end features it inherited from the company’s D300 and D300S models. The solid body offers high-speed autofocus, a bright 3-inch LCD, dust control, dual SDXC card slots and Full HD Video. An exceptionally good noise-control system means the 16.2-million-pixel-sensor can be used at ISO 3200 and still produce high quality, clean images - even at ISO 12800 noise is not much of an issue. This is a camera that can give amateur photographers professional-looking images."
Jordi Brinkman, Product Manager for Nikon Europe, says: "We are really proud to add the EISA award to the accolades already given to the D7000."
Each year, the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) nominate the best equipment from different categories of audiovisual products released in Europe during the preceding 12 months. The awards are chosen by panels representing over 50 prominent photo, video, audio, home theatre and mobile electronics magazines from up to 20 European countries.
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