Pontoon, a portable digital camera, has been given the green light for a US debut

Ponton, an electronic camera, announced it has been granted an US launch license from the US Patent and Trademark Office.

Pontons owner said that it had been approved by the USPTO to enter the US market in December.

The Pontone camera, a handheld digital camera that costs $299, has a built-in projector that makes it look like it’s being photographed from the camera itself.

Pons owner Poon, also known as Pong, said it is the first of its kind in the world to use an electronic projector.

Pontons technology allows for simultaneous use of two cameras and an internal projector to create a video that can be used as a live video feed, Poon said in a statement.

It can also be used for video editing and live broadcasting, he added.

Poon said it has already sold more than 1 million units of its camera.

Pondering whether or not to go public, Pontones owner Pong said: “I am not the most keen to do it, but if it works and if I can get it out there I will do it.”

Pondons camera, shown here in action, has the ability to shoot 4K video and still images.

The Pontona camera is the world’s first handheld digital video camera.

source The Associated Press article Pondoon, which is based in the Philippines, announced last week it had won the US patent and trademark approval for its camera in December, and will be selling the device for $299 in the US.

The company said the device, which has a 4K display, can record 4K images at up to 60 frames per second, with up to 50 megapixel resolution.

The device is also able to shoot video at up the resolution of 1080p, which Pontoni said will be ideal for streaming video.

Pong said the camera will be sold through a company called Pontono, which he said will include the US PTO approval.

Pons owner says Ponto is the best-selling device in the market.

It was the first handheld camera to ever hit the market, and the first to sell over 1 million of its units, he said.

Poon added that Pontonton has sold over 300,000 units since launching.

Ponons founders have said the Pontoo is the “most advanced digital video cam in the whole world”.

Pontos camera was also named the Best-Buy Smartphone Camera in Asia and Best-Brand Smartphone in the Middle East in the 2016 Smartphone World survey.

Ponteons company also plans to release a range of accessories including earphones and a remote control that it hopes will make Pontoons popularity surge.