Canon Ivy Rec shipping will start on October 16 for $ 129.99 in the United States. You can remember this little camera from our post in July, when Canon launched its Indiegogo platform for the device. The high cost here is the disk, clutter, dampness, and camera on paper, which is a better way to throw away your expensive phone for all the photo opportunities. Canon claims that the square footage on the clip serves as a visual aid.
Just as the Rec Ivy can take photos for comparison to the cameras of newer phones, such as iPhone 11 Pro or the following Pixel 4, we must try to understand. It has a 13 megapixel 1/3 inch CMOS camera that is in stable focus, and can capture 4: 3 or 1: 1 images. For video recording, you can record 1080p / 60fps video in 16: 9 format with 10 minute recording limit for each video file. Rec Ivy offers Bluetooth and Wi-Fi compatibility to send photos and videos to your phone using the Canon Mini Cam application.
On the other hand, Canon has implemented a phone that allows you to switch between different types of photos and videos, and change your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth settings to connect to your phone . Rec Ivy saves your photos on microSD cards, not to be complicated – with photos you can now a 64GB microSD card at Amazon for $ 11. The camera’s 660mAh battery can be charged via its Micro USB port on the bottom and next to the microSD port.
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