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Canon wins six EISA awards

Canon has been awarded six awards for products in the EOS system by the Expert Imaging and Sound Association (EISA), three for its cameras and three for its lens line-up.

The awards given are as follows:

Canon EOS R5 – EISA Camera Innovation 2020-2021
Canon EOS-1D X Mark III – EISA Professional Camera 2020-2021
Canon EOS 90D – EISA APS-C Camera 2020-2021
Canon RF 70-200mm F2.8L IS USM – EISA Lens of the Year 2020-2021
Canon RF 24-70mm F2.8L IS USM – EISA Standard Zoom Lens 2020-2021
Canon RF 600mm and RF 800mm F11 IS STM – EISA Lens Innovation 2020-2021

Of the awards, Canon Europe's Senior Vice President Issei Morimoto, Senior Vice President for Canon Europe said, “These prestigious awards clearly demonstrate that our products performance, build, innovation and technical capability have been given the stamp of excellence by EISA’s esteemed judges. Despite this year’s unprecedented global challenges, Canon launched a line-up of industry leading products with its own cutting-edge technology that delighted and exceeded our customer’s expectations around the world. With award-winning products, Canon has something for every photography professional, filmmaker and enthusiast to get excited by”.

With 61 expert magazines from 29 countries across the globe, EISA represents the largest editorial collaboration in the world of consumer electronics. For nearly 40 years EISA has been selecting the most innovative, cutting-edge products for its prestigious EISA Awards.

For more information, visit:

https://eisa.eu/

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