Camera company Canon has shown off a new tiny camera device that looks like the cross between a thumb drive and Google’s ill-fated Clips camera.
There are very few details about the tiny camera available so far, but it’s called the IVY REC, and it can shoot still images at 13-megapixels and video at 1080p, 60fps.
Notably, it doesn’t seem like a life blogging camera like Google Clips, but it is as tiny as Google’s camera.
Interestingly enough, the camera has a spot on the bottom for a tripod mount and the viewfinder is the square clip on the top. There’s a small bump on the side that houses the shutter button.
If you want more control over your shots, you can connect your phone to the camera and use it as a digital viewfinder. Connecting to your phone is also how you offload your pictures.
Canon has also made the camera waterproof up to 1 metre for 30 minutes.
If you want more information about the camera, you can sign up for updates on Canon’s Indigogo page here.