ImagingDNA Presents IDNA’s “Best of CES 2014” in Photography and Imaging

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LOS ANGELES - Jan. 15, 2014 - PRLog -- ImagingDNA has selected IDNA’s “Best of CES 2014” awards. ImagingDNA staff selected the photography and imaging products at CES 2014 based on their level of innovation and vision.

“IDNA’s Best of CES award represents the products that appear inspired in concept and execution to our staff. We believe these products will work to future-proof the photography profession” said Mark Buczko, Editor and Publisher of ImagingDNA. We congratulate all of the honorees.”

Best in Show: Sony QX10/QX100 – Introduced prior to CES, it shows a great level of innovation to match the reality of smartphones as an important part of future photography.

IDNA’s “Best of CES 2014” Honorable Mentions:

1. Sony FDR-AX100 Handycam – A great deal of value as a 4K camcorder with large still image capability. Something can be done with what this produces.

2. xxArray, Canon/ Alexx Henry – Alexx Henry uses Canon cameras and a great vision for the future.

3. Samsung Galaxy 2 – Android or some universal camera OS is the future.

4. Nikon D4S – Included by virtue of the promise that the best is yet to come.

To read more about the winning products, please visit For all ImagingDNA reports, please visit

About ImagingDNA

ImagingDNA is a leading photography trend and technology publisher. ImagingDNA’s goal is to provide guidance and information on photography/ imaging technology to help photo education professionals provide a more “future proof” environment and instruction to their students. ImagingDNA’s target reader is a United States-based photography instructor. ImagingDNA is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA. For more information, visit and flow @imagingdna on Twitter and Facebook.

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