Digital Content Producer Announces the 2008 Pick Hit Award Winners

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Every year at the

NAB Show

, our Pick Hit judges look for products that show significant technological innovation, while promising to have a positive, practical impact on the day-to-day professional lives of digital content producers. Following, in no particular order, are this year's winners. Thank you to each of our judges, and congratulations to the winners of

Digital Content Producer

's NAB 2008 Pick Hit awards.

Panasonic

AG-HMC150 (camcorder)

Sony

PMW-EX3 (camcorder)

Fast Forward Video

Elite HD (J2K Camera-back Recorder)

Panasonic

BT-LH1760 (17in. LCD monitor)

Sachtler

SOOM (tripod system)

Panasonic

AG-HPX170 (camcorder)

Sony

HDVF-EL100 (11in. OLED viewfinder)

Litepanels

Micro (LED light)

GridIron

Flow (asset management software)

Neutrik

ConvertCon (male/female XLR connector)

(pictured)

Element Labs

Kelvin Tile (LED lighting)

Inlet Technologies

Armada (encoding)

Click here to download 2008 Pick Hit logos

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