Last October, Google Inc. released an artificial intelligence camera called Google Clips. This camera relies on AI learning technology to recognize the user’s face, emotions, and ambient lighting, to automatically take pictures and record audio-less clips. Google Clips captures a 130° field of view at up to 15 frames per second. Every single Clip shot takes a few seconds of continuous motion, and the phone supports playback without any audio recording. Also, each piece of video can be saved as a moving picture, and the user can also cut out from the long video dynamic photos before saving.
Google Clips comes with a simple design, and it is easy to operate. It has an automatic shot button switch just below the lens, and the back clip can be easily fixed in any position you desire. Regarding configuration, Google Clips is equipped 16GB memory, supports Google Cloud unlimited storage, built-in rechargeable battery and single charge support 3 hours shooting.
Clips have now hit the shelves in the Google store, and it is priced at $249 (1,600 Yuan). However, the delivery time is quite late because if you place an order now, it will be shipped in early March.