Austin TX, December 1, 2005 - Photodex Corporation today announced that its newest professional presentation product, ProShow Producer, has received a Hot1 Award from Professional Photographer magazine.
"The Professional Photographer magazine Hot1 Awards represent a must-have list of this year's hottest, most sought-after new products. In its seventh year, the Professional Photographer Hot1 Awards are one of the biggest product competitions in the industry, representing 60 categories of gear from a couple hundred different companies," said Jeff Kent, Special Hot1 Awards Editor, Editor at Large Professional Photographer magazine.
Chosen by an exclusive panel of pro photographer judges, ProShow Producer received top honors as the best slide show software in its category. The Hot1 Award will be presented to Photodex Corporation at the annual Imaging USA trade show in Austin TX, in 2006.
Since its release in August of 2005, ProShow Producer is quickly becoming an essential tool for professional photographers. It is an integrated solution for photographers who want to create compelling DVD photo and video slide shows for their clients and promote their own businesses.
ProShow Producer is available for $249.95. A fully functional 15-day trial is available for free download.
Photodex helps consumers and professional photographers create unique slideshows that transform their digital memories into something special. The ProShow family of HD slideshow tools is used by millions of people to turn their photos and videos into amazing stories for any screen at home, online and on-the-go. With more than 25 years of digital imaging experience, we're serious about slideshows and dedicated to delivering exceptional products, support and service to our customers.
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Published by PPA, Professional Photographer magazine is one of the industries most respected and trusted professional imaging magazines. For over 100 years it has helped readers advance careers in the professional photography industry.