Canon has chosen to go down the crowdfunding route with one among its noveler offerings: A diminutive device that the corporate describes as a “clippable, go-anywhere camera.”
A prototype of the brightly colored IVY REC first appeared on the CP+ camera show in Japan in March 2019.
The IVY REC is being plugged as an enjoyable, easy-to-use, sturdy camera that comes with a constructed-in carabiner for easy access and convenient transportation.
The pocket-sized device encompasses a 13-megapixel, one-third-inch CMOS sensor, full HD video at 1080p as much as 60fps, and Bluetooth and wi-fi connectivity for transferring all your captured content. It’s additionally waterproof to a depth of one meter for as much as half-hour.
On the back of the IVY REC, you’ll discover a single dial with five basic settings.
Sure, it’s an easy contraption, and it’s alleged to be that method. The fundamental design means there’s no show either, so you’ll have to make use of the clip as the viewfinder. Sure, that quite giant hole that you could stick your finger via is what you use to frame the shot. In that case, don’t anticipate perfectly framed photographs.
For those who actually should see exactly what’s hitting the camera’s sensor while you point the lens at something (oh sure, it has a lens!), you’ll have the ability to view the scene on the companion CanonMini Cam app, which presents a live preview on your smartphone.
The landing page for Canon’s Indiegogo marketing campaign at present asks that you sign up to obtain updates on the IVY REC — in different phrases, it’ll let you realize when the marketing campaign truly will get underway.