The European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) has given their European camera of the year award 2013-2014 to the Nikon D7100 digital slr camera.
Marina Gurevich, Product Manager for Consumer DSLRs at Nikon Europe, said: “We are very proud to receive this important award from EISA for our enthusiast-level DX format D7100”.
EISA voted the Sony Alpha SLT-99 the best advanced camera, the Canon EOS 100D best SLR and the EOS 6D the top advanced SLR.
Samsung’s NX300 was judged the best compact system camera (CSC), while the Olympus Pen E-P5 took the 2013-2014 title for best advanced CSC.
Nikon Press Release:
Nikon D7100 wins European Camera 2013-2014
European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) award announced
London, UK, 15th August 2013: Nikon has won a prestigious accolade in this year’s EISA awards, taking the prize for ‘European Camera of the Year’ for its DX-format Nikon D7100 D-SLR.
The announcement adds to Nikon’s awards success at this year’s TIPA (Technical ImagePress Association) awards, where the Nikon D7100 picked up the award for ‘Best D-SLR Advanced’.
Marina Gurevich, Product Manager, Consumer D-SLR, Nikon Europe, says: “We are very proud to receive this important award from EISA for our enthusiast-level DX format D7100. Since launching the camera in February this year, it has earned rave reviews – which we believe is down to its impressive resolution, professional-level 51-point autofocus system and a combination of powerful features in a durable body.”
Each year, EISA nominates the best equipment from different categories of audiovisual products released in Europe during the preceding 12 months. It recognizes those products that will be appreciated by an enthusiast and professional audience who want high quality and creative features. The awards are chosen by panels representing over 50 prominent photo, video, audio, home theatre and mobile electronics magazines from up to 20 European countries.
European Camera of the Year 2013-2014: the Nikon D7100The EISA judges said: “The D7100 is the current flagship of Nikon’s DX camera family, combining excellent image quality and advanced features. Its APS-C sensor is designed without an optical low-pass filter, which allows us to take full advantage of its 24.1-million-pixel resolution with no loss of sharpness. The fast 51-point AF system and high-speed continuous shooting are perfect for capturing action, while the reliable metering system delivers consistently accurate exposures.