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Yi Technology Reveal new Action Camera At Photokina 2016

Yi Technology reveal new action camera at Photokina.

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Yi Technology Reveal new Action Camera At Photokina 2016: Yi technology

Yi Technology, the leading international provider of advanced, intelligent imaging technologies, has announced that it will unveil its newest innovative camera product exclusively at Photokina, the world’s leading trade show for photo and video, in Cologne (20-25 September, 2016, Hall 09.1 / booth A-032). 

This new camera represents the company’s latest market entry and furthers YI Technology’s drive to change the rules by once again bringing the best, professional-level imaging technologies and innovations together in simple, elegant and easy to use products at great values.

The camera features a Sony 12 megapixel sensor and can record up to 120 minutes of 4K video. 

“We are very proud of all the creativity and hard work that went into this newest product,” said Sean Da, co-founder and CEO of YI Technology. “We know that Photokina is the world’s leading imaging show with the top professional photographers and experts in the field and we are excited and confident to show them a product that will surprise and impress them as well as our loyal and passionate users.”

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