Soon enough, Canon’s Ivy Rec camera will become available, and if you live in the US, you will be able to purchase it for $129.99.
Canon launched its Indiegogo campaign for the device back in July and it was quite a success, mainly because it was clippable and resistant to water and shocks. The company used to compare the quality of the camera to the ones available on the latest smartphones on the market.
If you don’t recall, the camera captures images in 4:3 or 1:1 aspect ratio. It features a 13-megapixel 1/3-inch CMOS sensor with a fixed-focus lens and can record 1080p / 60 fps video in a 16:9 aspect ratio.
You will be able to switch between photo and video modes through a dial, used also for turning on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. To recharge its 660mAh battery, you have the Micro USB port next to the microSD port.
Sending photos and videos to your phone is easy via Canon’s Mini Cam app, which works with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi compatibility. However, the photos are saved on microSD cards.
The camera’s 660mAh battery can be recharged via its Micro USB port on the bottom, located next to the microSD port.
If you think it’s worth buying, stay tuned – on October 16th, Canon Ivy will go on sale.