|European Professional Lens||Canon EF 200-400mm f/4L IS USM Extender 1.4x|
|European SLR Camera||Canon EOS 100D (Rebel SL1)|
|European Advanced SLR Camera||Canon EOS 6D|
|European Photo Software||DxO Optics Pro 8|
|European Photo-Video Accessory||Manfrotto MVH500AH|
|European Camera||Nikon D7100|
|European Zoom Lens||Tamron SP 70-200 mm f/2.8 Di VC USD|
|European Lens||Tamron SP 90 mm f/2.8 Di VC USD Macro 1:1|
About the European Imaging and Sound Association
EISA is the unique association of 50 special interest magazines from 20 European countries. Internationally known for the European EISA Awards, EISA started in 1982 when the editors-in-chief from five European photo magazines came together to select “The Camera of the Year” for the first time. They had no idea that out of this meeting EISA - the European Imaging and Sound Association - would emerge some years later. This historic moment took place in 1989 after another 10 photo magazines had joined the group in the meanwhile.
Later on another two panels where developed inside EISA, the Video Panel and the Audio Panel. Following the natural evolution from pure audio to multichannel entertainment this latest panel gave origin later on to the Audio/HT Panel. It was only several years later, in 2002, that the joining together of several magazines from EISA that were making coverage of the Mobile Electronics area and several other magazines belonging to the then extinguished ECAP association gave origin to the In-Car Electronics Panel.
In 2007 the existing Convergence Panel was renamed as Mobile Devices Panel to give an effective answer to more and more products that belong to the areas of audio, video and mobile at the same time.
And here we are now - 50 magazines from 20 different European countries joined together forming the worlds most prestigious multimedia magazines association.
In June each year, the editors-in-chief from all EISA member magazines meet to decide which of products analyzed in their publications during the past year deserve the coveted EISA Award. The six categories under consideration are: Audio, Video, Home Theater, Photography, In-Car Electronics Electronics and Mobile Devices.