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In honouring Canon’s award-winning

products, the TIPA judging panel offered

the following citations:

Best Full-Frame DSLR Expert:

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Selected for this year’s “Best Full-Frame

DSLR Expert” award, Canon’s EOS 5D

Mark IV features a full-frame 30.4MP

CMOS sensor and DIGIC 6+ processor

that can capture 7 frames per second stills

and 4K 30p video. Dual Pixel CMOS AF

technology delivers highly responsive and

smooth focusing with subject tracking

during video and live view shooting. The

camera offers an extensive ISO range

(50-102,400); 61 AF points with expanded

vertical coverage with 41 cross-points; and

a 150,000 pixel RGB-IR metering sensor.

Video capabilities include 4K Motion JPEG

video at 30p/24p; Full HD recording at up

to 60P; HD recording at up to 120p; and

still frames grabs of 4K 8.8MP images.

There is built-in WiFi/NFC, and

GPS functionality.

Best DSLR Standard Zoom Lens:

Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS II USM

Named “Best DSLR Standard Zoom

Lens,” this updated version of a versatile,

constant aperture zoom has a new

optical composition that includes 17

elements in 12 groups, including 4 glass

moulded (GMo) aspherical lenses that

yield excellent resolving power as well

as increase peripheral brightness for

enhanced edge-to-edge performance.

Highly resistant to dust and water, the lens

incorporates an image stabiliser with up

to a 4-stop advantage and a 10-bladed

circular diaphragm for outstanding bokeh

effects. AF is highly responsive due to

inner focusing, a ring USM (ultrasonic

motor), a high-speed CPU and optimized

AF algorithms. Air Sphere Coating aids in

the significant reduction of ghosting

and flare.

Best Camcorder: Canon XC15

With its compact, portable body, the XC15

is designed for professional videographers

and journalists who want a discrete but

professional 4K/UHD handheld camera

with XLR audio inputs that is ideal for

news and film shoots in the field. As a “B”

or “C” camera it offers different “Look

Settings” to ensure footage can be easily

cut with both Canon Cinema EOS and

XF and XA Canon camcorders. It offers

an advanced 1.0-Type 12MP CMOS image

sensor; touch panel control; a wide-angle

10X zoom (27.3-273mm equivalent for