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Nikon gets two TIPA 2011 awards

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Today TIPA announced their 2011 awards for best photographic and imaging products. Nikon D7000 is the Best Advanced DSLR and the Coolpix P300 is Best General Camera. Canon has three camera awards (plus a printer), Olympus and Panasonic got two camera awards each.

Here is a list of all TIPA awarded Nikon products from the past 20 years:

PRODUCT AWARD CATEGORY YEAR
Nikon COOLPIX P300 General Compact Camera Digital Compact Camera 2011
Nikon D7000 D-SLR Advanced Digital SLR Camera 2011
Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II Professional Lens Interchangeable Lens 2010
Nikon D3s D-SLR Professional Digital SLR Camera 2010
Nikon D3x Digital SRL Professional Digital SLR Camera 2009
Nikon D90 Digital SLR Advanced Digital SLR Camera 2009
AF-S Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G ED Professional Lens Interchangeable Lens 2008
Nikon D3 Digital SLR Professional Digital SLR Camera 2008
Nikon D300 Digital SLR Expert Digital SLR Camera 2008
AF-S Nikkor DX VR Zoom 55-200mm f/4-5,6G IF ED Entry Level Lens Interchangeable Lens 2007
Nikon Coolpix P5000 Compact D-Camera Digital Compact Camera 2007
Nikon D40x Digital SLR Entry Level Digital SLR Camera 2007
AF-S Micro-Nikkor VR 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED Professional Lens Interchangeable Lens 2006
Nikon D200 Digital SLR Expert Digital SLR Camera 2006
Nikon D50 Digital SLR Entry Level Digital SLR Camera 2006
AF-S Nikkor VR 200mm f/2G IF-ED Professional Lens Interchangeable Lens 2005
Nikon Coolpix 7900 Compact D-Camera Digital Compact Camera 2005
Nikon F6 35mm SLR Camera Film SLR Camera 2005
Nikon Coolscan V ED Film Scanner Scanner 2004
Nikon D70 Digital SLR Entry Level Digital SLR Camera 2004
Nikon Coolpix SQ Innovative Design Technology & Design 2003
Nikon Super Coolscan 8000 ED Film Scanner Scanner 2002
Nikon D1x Digital SLR Professional Digital SLR Camera 2001
Nikon Super Coolscan 4000 ED Film Scanner Scanner 2001
Nikon Coolpix 990 Compact D-Camera Digital Compact Camera 2000
Nikon D1 Digital SLR Professional Digital SLR Camera 2000
Nikon Coolpix 950 Compact D-Camera Digital Compact Camera 1999
Nikon F100 35mm SLR Camera Film SLR Camera 1999
Nikon Pronea S APS SLR Camera Film SLR Camera 1999
Nikon F5 35mm SLR Camera Film SLR Camera 1997
Nikon VR700 Innovative Technology Technology & Design 1994
Nikon F-90 35mm SLR Camera Film SLR Camera 1993
Nikonos RS AF Innovative Technology Technology & Design 1992

 

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  • http://gplimages.com GPLimages.com

    Appropriate award for the D7000.

  • broxibear

    Yeah?, I’m not really convinced by TIPA and the way they award products.
    In their qualification terms it states “In order to be eligible for a TIPA Award, products should be introduced in most world markets between April 1st of the preceding year and March 31st of the voting year.” I’m pretty sure the Best Professional Lens winner Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM was released in January 2010 http://www.canon.co.uk/about_us/press_centre/press_releases/consumer_news/cameras_accessories/ef_70-200mm_f2.8l_is_ii_usm_press_release.asp which means it should have been in last years competition not this year ?
    And why is the Sigma APO 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG OS HSM in the Best Expert catogory instead of Best Professional Lens ?
    As I said…I’m not convinced.

  • cronus yw

    woohoo… nikon always owns and rules the imaging game

  • http://photoartbymark.zenfolio.com photoartbymark

    nice showing

  • http://www.truphotos.com gnohz

    I realised D700 is not on the list :o

  • inginerul

    how can the D700 be on the list if it has been released 3 years ago ? this is TIPA 2011.

    • inginerul

      my error, the D700 has been put in the shadow of the D3x in TIPA2009, which got the price for the best professional.

  • James E. Donahue

    Getting these awards are great..But they need to get the D7000 in the stores so we can buy them.

  • http://venuraherath.com/ Venura Herath

    Great ,
    Still waiting for D800. Its gonna be ground breaking!~

  • S

    Good comment about D7000 Body Only not being available. I know all that Japan has being through is difficult but I am referring to a “before earthquake condition”. I suggest one question to think about:
    1.- What is the probability of a D7000 being purchased by a first time consumer against someone with some glass already on his/her position? i.e. Why D7000 + 18-105 Dx lens has been long ago available and D7000 Body only has being out of stock for so long. I guess that is a simpton of a miscalculation (or something else). That is now a disadvantage if we consider the much needed sells. Certainly there is a good learning opportunity either way.

    • Tony

      I don’t think there is any miscalculation. It’s just that the guy want to sell you some lenses too(the 18-200mm kit also available).

    • Mourie

      i bought mine 23 days ago, in the shop and they are still available (body only)
      and the same day i have asked for the 35mm 1.8, they took the box and handled it to me, no troubles at all, i am really wondering whats going on with the American market (and internet shops availability)

      • Tony

        Did you pay $199 for the lens?

        • Mourie

          in europe we pay all in euro :p 999 eu the camera body
          199 eu the lens
          but i think is the minimum (or ir was) 20+ days ago you could find

    • broxibear

      Hi S,
      Where are you in the world ?…I’ve just had a quick look for D7000 bodies in the UK and it’s pretty much in stock across the board ?
      I remember reading on Thom Hogan’s blog that Nikon won’t move stock from one distribution area to another, so If they had excess stock in Europe they won’t transfer that stock to say the U.S. because of the various distribution agreements they have.
      Here in the UK the D7000 is one of the few pieces of Nikon equipment that’s gone down in price…it was a pre order price of £1000 and now it’s £900.

      • S

        I mainly buy from web sites in US. Where I live there is no chance for me to go to a shop and have a decent price ($1,790.00 USD for D7000 body only).

        • broxibear

          Hi S,
          B&H and Adorama have got them in stock for $1200…although I think they’re closed for a week, some superstitious nonsense called religion lol ?

          • Tony

            It has been back ordered for quite sometime, I believe.

            But I only check it 5 days a week though……..so I could be wrong.

            • broxibear

              Hi Tony,
              A lot of retailers are pretty sneaky and show stock on their websites when they don’t really have any ?
              Lets hope Nikon’s Thailand plant isn’t waiting for Sony sensors because they aint getting any for a while.

            • Tony

              Sneaky or not I can’t say, but many retailers (web) do that. They will take you order but not charge your credit card until they have the actual product on hand. And well for me buying online would save me about $200 (for tax).

              I think Adorama will make sure that they have the camera the same time when everybody else has it though, so no problem about that. The big question would be that whether they are going to honor the $1199 price tag if the actual stock came in higher. Well, they might have a contract with Nikon or something like it.

              Anyway, I feel bad for Nikon that they have to stop the production line not so long after releasing D7000. They are losing money big time.

  • wayne godwin reid

    I’m in the UK and bought a D7000 body about three weeks ago for £789… loving it!

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