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Panasonic’s LUMIX win TIPA World Award for ‘Best Full Frame Mirrorless Camera’

Panasonic has won another TIPA award, this time for their Lumix S1 camera

Panasonic’s LUMIX win TIPA World Award for ‘Best Full Frame Mirrorless Camera’

Panasonic has announced that the LUMIX DC-S1 has been named ‘Best Full Frame Photo/Video’ mirrorless camera at the prestigious 2019 Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) World award.

The TIPA World Award is widely recognized as one of the most coveted photo and imaging accolades in the world. Based on a strict process, rigorous testing, comparison and final voting procedures, the awarded products are being selected by worldwide renowned representatives of photo and imaging publications.

Kunihiro Tanikura – General Manager – Audio Video Department, Panasonic Marketing Middle East and Africa, said, “Panasonic has always been focused on accelerating the development of our camera technologies to make the lives of photo enthusiasts easier, more sophisticated and more enjoyable.  The LUMIX S1 is a testament to this continuing commitment, and for it to be bestowed the TIPA World Award is an important accomplishment as it is a well-deserved recognition of Panasonic’s dedication to make a fundamental difference to the future of the imaging industry.”

Designed for high quality photography as well as professional quality video, the LUMIX S1 is built around the wide diameter L-Mount and offers media creatives all the benefits of a full-frame high sensitivity sensor.

The 24.2-megapixel-CMOS is the heart of LUMIX S1. Equipped with high end image stabilization and powered by a new Venus Engine, the camera performs in photography as well as offering advanced video recording with well-retained highlight and shadow details.

 

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