Google has only forsaken a whole garland of new hardware, though maybe a many startling was a new Google Clips camera.
It’s a small, GoPro-sized camera that’s meant for holding photos fast and easily, but a need for we to even press a shiver button.
As with all announced during a Pixel 2 launch event, Google was during heedfulness to emphasize only how most “machine learning” goes on inside a Google Clips camera.
In this instance, Google’s algorithms are crafty adequate to tell it when to constraint footage, and it’s afterwards able of pulling out pivotal stills. The functionality looks identical to what Google already does with a Photos app, despite but a need for we to tell it when to take a print during all.
That said, a camera does embody a earthy shiver button, for those that wish to spasmodic take approach control.
Design-wise, Google describes a camera as weighing ‘almost nothing’, and it’s versed with a earthy shave so we can insert it to objects to concede we to take improved photos. There’s no viewfinder on a camera itself.
The camera will cost $249 when it launches during a time that’s to be announced; pricing for other regions is also to be confirmed.