Nikon snaps up European Advanced SLR Camera of the Year” at EISA Awards

We’re pleased to announce that our D7000 has just won the ‘European Advanced SLR Camera of the Year’ at the EISA (European Imaging and Sound Association) awards. This follows up on its success in April at the TIPA (Technical Image Press Association) awards, where it won ‘Best D-SLR Advanced’, and the red dot product design awards, where it was also honoured for its design quality.

At the EISA awards, the judges commented that: “The D7000 is packed with the high-end features it inherited from the company’s D300 and D300S models. The solid body offers high-speed autofocus, a bright 3-inch LCD, Integrated Dust Reduction System, dual SDXC card slots and Full HD Video. An exceptionally good noise-control system means the 16.2-million-pixel-sensor can be used at ISO 6400 and still produce high quality, clean images – even at Hi 1(ISO 12800 equivalent) noise is not much of an issue.”

The EISA Awards recognise those products that will be appreciated by an enthusiast and professional audience who want high quality and creative features. The awards were chosen by panels representing over 50 prominent photo, video, audio, home theatre and mobile electronics magazines from around 20 European countries.

Head to the gear page to learn more about the Nikon D7000.

Published by mynikonlife Aug 21, 2011
Categories: Gear, News, Nikon DSLR