The Nikon D4
has scooped European Professional Camera of the Year 2012-2013, while the Nikon D800
got the award for European Camera of the Year 2012-2013 at this year's EISA awards.
The FX-format full frame Nikon D4 was praised by judges for its "ability to deliver the highest image quality even in extremely difficult conditions." This professional camera was praised for its "almost perfect handling."
The Nikon D800 is also a FX-format camera with a 36.3 megapixel resolution. EISA judges gave it the title of European Camera of the Year due to its exceptionally high resolution capture. Judges said "No compromises have been made to the extent of the camera’s dynamic range or noise levels at high ISO settings. In a compact and reasonably priced, strong and sturdy body, it offers first-rate metering and a 51-point autofocus system developed from the professional D4."
Take a look at our Roundup of the EISA Awards article
for more information on the awards.
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