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Canon wins five honours at the 2016 TIPA Awards

Canon has been awarded five accolades by the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) – one of the world’s leading photo imaging and press associations. Each year, the TIPA Awards recognise the best imaging products launched in the previous 12 months. In 2016, Canon has once again been commended for the technical innovations across its diverse product portfolio, from entry level consumer compact cameras, through to professional DSLRs and photo printers.

The following awards have been granted:
·         Best DSLR Professional/High Res: EOS 5DS / EOS 5DS R
·         Best Photo/Video Professional Camera: EOS-1D X Mark II
·         Best Easy Compact Camera: IXUS 285 HS
·         Best Expert Compact Camera: PowerShot G5 X
·         Best Photo Printer: imagePROGRAF PRO-1000

The TIPA panel consists of editors from 27 of the world’s leading photography and imaging magazines: members span 15 countries across five continents. The panel meets annually to discuss the latest imaging products, and considers a range of factors, from innovation to design and overall product quality, in order to select and acknowledge the very best products and technologies.


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