Google Clips is a wearable camera that learns to take great pictures

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Oct 10, 2017 1:48:04 PM via Website

Google has taken the wraps on an entirely new type of product for the company, a wearable lifelogging camera called Google Clips.

Clips is "coming soon" and will cost $249, which is quite high for a device that a lot of people will probably see as little more than a fun toy. Its 12-megapixel sensor, 130-degree field of view and 15fps will capture photos, videos and "motion photos" (short looping video clips - ha, get it?), which you of course can view on your phone. You'll get up to three hours of battery life on a single charge, and the camera will send a notification to your phone if the lens is blocked and it can't take a proper photo. There's also 16GB of storage for all your photos and videos.


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