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EISA award for EOS 1200D

Canon has received an award from the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) for the EOS 1200D. This has been named ‘European Consumer DSLR Camera 2014-2015’.

The EISA awards are voted for by panels of editors representing 50 prominent magazines from across 20 European countries. Commenting on the  EOS 1200D, the EISA panel said: “This compact, lightweight and easy‐to‐use entry‐level digital SLR is intended for both newcomers to photography and experienced users on a budget. Its 18‐megapixel, APS‐C CMOS sensor, in tandem with its DIGIC 4 processor, delivers high‐quality images with good dynamic range and low noise up to ISO 1600 and beyond. A dedicated smartphone app, EOS Companion, helps new users get the best out of the camera, and with additional features such as a 460k‐dot LCD screen, 63‐zone dual‐layer metering sensor, in‐camera lens correction and a range of creative filters, the Canon EOS 1200D offers exceptional value for money.”



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