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Equipment manufacturer Sekma Equipment Ltd is planning to roll out a new type of camera and video-camera in 2019, which will use the company’s own digital processing technology.
The new camera, dubbed Sekma E-3, will be capable of processing 4K video at 30 frames per second (fps), and it will also be able to capture up to 3K images in real time at a frame rate of 1.2 frames per minute (fps).
The Sekma camera will be able record videos up to 60 frames per sec, which is a leap in the camera industry’s technology from the previous two cameras that are capable of recording 720p videos and 480p images.
The Sekpa camera, which has already been shown at CES, is designed to capture a wide range of images and video at up to 1080p resolution, which would enable it to capture the most detail and colors possible for video content.
It will also capture 3D video in high-quality, which could be used for gaming, for example.
The Sekma cameras also include a built-in flash, which allows for capturing the best possible image in the moment.
It is also a first in the video-capture industry for Sekma, which sells equipment such as a high-resolution camera and a video-capable phone.
It also marks Sekma’s entry into the camera market, which accounts for nearly half of its revenue.
The company has been building cameras since 2008, with its current cameras, Sekma L1, L2, and L3, launched in 2016.
The company said the new camera is expected to go on sale in the first quarter of 2019, with the first units due in the third quarter of 2020.
The video-processing system that Sekma will be using will be based on its own technology, which the company will introduce in 2020, the company said.
It has already unveiled its new digital camera technology, and has been working with a number of camera manufacturers in recent years, including Panasonic, Nikon, Sony, Leica, Olympus, and Fujifilm.
In its CES keynote in January, Sekpa said the camera will include two cameras, one that records 4K at 30fps and one that captures 3D at 720p at 30 fps.
The 3D camera will also record 360° video at 240fps, the Sekma product page said.
The camera will feature an optional 4K camera module that records video at 60fps and 360° footage at 120fps, it said.
Sekma has previously been developing a camera that can record 1080p at 120 fps at a resolution of 60 pixels per inch (ppi), and Sekma also launched the Sekpa E-1 in 2016, which captured 720p video at a higher resolution of 640ppi.
Sekma E3 will be a competitor to the Lumix DMC-GH5, which Sekma is developing.
It is also in the same family as the Panasonic Lumix G6, and both cameras are based on the company�s E-5 and E-4 series cameras.
The Lumix GH5 has a built in flash and can capture 1080p video, 720p footage at 60 frames a second and 480i video at 90 frames a half second.
Sekpa is also developing a high resolution camera that will record 4K and 360 video at 1.7 and 1.9 frames per inch respectively, the product page of the Sekia E-series said.
In addition to the Sekama cameras, the two companies are also working on an augmented reality system called NeoFace, which it is said will be in the hands of retailers in 2019.
The NeoFace system will be built on the same technology as the Lumia X, which captures 360 video and 360 videos at 60 fps at 1,280p resolution.
The companies are expected to launch NeoFace systems in 2020 and 2021.