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Digital Video Magazine Announces 2013 NAB Best of Show Black Diamond Award Winners

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Digital Videomagazine, published by NewBay Media, has announced its Best of Show Black Diamond Awards today at the 2013 NAB Show.

NewBay Media's Broadcast & Video Group of products, that also includes Digital Video Expo, and the Creative Planet Network of sites, is uniquely poised to recognize the full spectrum video technology on display here at NAB. A select panel of engineers, editors, and production and post professionals joined the magazine staff to judge the Best of Show awards for Digital Video.

The DV Black Diamond Awards recognize outstanding achievement in the advancement of video technology. The 2013 Black Diamond Award winners are:

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Adobe Systems Inc.

Adobe Anywhere

AJA Video Systems

AJA Corvid Ultra

Angénieux

Angénieux Optimo Anamorphic 56-152mm 2S Zoom Lens

Astrodesign

4K Camera System

axle Video

axle Gear

Blackmagic Design

Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera

Blackmagic Design

HyperDeck Studio Pro Ultra HD Update

Chrosziel

CustomCage

Convergent Design

Odyssey7

Freefly Systems

Movi

GoPro

HERO3

K-Tek

Nautilus

Leader Instruments

LV5490 Multi-Waveform Monitor

Matrox

Monarch HD

Matthews Studio Equipment

Lazy Suzy

RED Digital Cinema

RED DRAGON

Redrock Micro

One Man Crew

Schneider Optics

True-Streak Filters

Shure

VP83F LensHopper

Sonnet Technologies

Echo 15 Thunderbolt Dock

Sony Electronics

F5 and F55 CineAlta 4K HD Camcorders

Telestream

Wirecast

VariZoom

Stealthy

Vinten

Vision blueBridge

Vision Research

Phantom Flex4K



The winners of the 2013 Black Diamond Awards will be featured in the June 2013 issue of Digital Video magazine, as well as online at www.creativeplanetnetwork.com/dv.

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