Canon Ivy Rec Clippable Durable Camera Already in Production, Starts Shipping Next Few days in the US

Canon Ivy Camera


Back in July, we caught wind of Canon's test pocket camera that went up on crowdfunding site Indiegogo and now, it at long last prepared to dispatch sometime one week from now. Creation started sometime in August, and a portion of the enormous retail stores in the US as of now have it up for pre-request. The camera will go at a bargain for $130 (generally Rs. 9,200). Contingent upon the achievement Canon has with it in a market like the US, it could think about carrying the camera to different markets also.
The Ivy Rec is a clippable, open-air camera about the size of a versatile SSD. As per the Indiegogo posting, it includes a 13-megapixel, 1/3-inch CMOS with full-HD video recording up to 60fps. The camera likewise has worked in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and pairs with the discretionary Canon Mini Cam application. The camera doesn't have a display however it has a little pattern for the clasp, which Canon says, can be utilized as an alternative viewfinder.
It is waterproof up to 1m of water, shockproof up to 2m, and dustproof. It weighs just 86g and can shoot either 4:3 or 1:1 viewpoint photographs and 16:9 angle recordings. The Ivy Rec doesn't have any in-fabricated storage, so you'll have to fly in a microSD card. There are many buttons and LEDs on it. There's a screen button on the best, a tripod mount underneath, and a mode dial at the back. The camera is additionally available in three hues — Dragonfruit, Riptide, and Avocado.

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