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Four 2019 TIPA World Awards for Canon

The following Canon products have received 2019 TIPA World Awards:
-  Best Full-Frame Camera Advanced: Canon EOS RP
-  Best DSLR Professional Prime Lens: Canon EF400mm f/2.8L IS III USM
-  Best APS-C Mirrorless Prime Lens: Canon EF-M32mm f/1.4 STM
-  Best Mirrorless Prime Standard Lens: Canon RF50mm F1.2 L USM

Products from Canon’s new full frame mirrorless system have been recognised as industry-leading – winning two awards. The first is for its affordable, compact and lightweight camera body, the EOS RP, and the second for the ground-breaking, premium L-series lens, the RF50mm F1.2L USM.

The other two accolades recognise the strength and breadth of Canon’s EF and EF-M lens line-up, from the world’s lightest 400mm f2.8 lens – the EF400mm f/2.8L IS III USM to the compact, high quality EF-M32mm f/1.4 STM lens – distinguishing Canon’s ongoing commitment to innovating lens technology and optical excellence – providing kit for every type of user, across its product range.

Issei Morimoto, Senior Vice President of Product Management and Marketing, Canon Europe commented:
“We are proud to be recognised by TIPA, with these four accolades. For the 25th year in a row, our ongoing commitment to continually developing the most innovative products on the market, putting lenses and optics at the core of the business, has been recognised. This global recognition further cements Canon’s position as a market leader in photography, one that, with the future development of innovative products, supports photographers in every genre and at every skill level in capturing the perfect image.”

For the full press release from Canon, visit:

About TIPA
Founded in 1991, the Technical Image Press Association, TIPA, is composed of many member publications in the photo/imaging field published in print and online. Each member publication is engaged in the selection and final vote in the TIPA World Awards process to name the Best Photo and Imaging products of the year.

For more information about TIPA and the 2019 Awards visit:

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