Never quite sure when to ‘push the button’ to take a snap? Well, no worries with Google’s Clips camera. It harnesses the power of 10,000 pro photogs to snap it for you (OK, maybe not 10K, but a lot of ’em!)
Engadget.com shares the details:
At its Pixel 2 launch event last year, Google also revealed its tiny Clips camera, that uses AI to figure out when it should take a picture or video. Now the $249 device has quietly become available for purchase on its website, however as Android Police notes, it could take a while to arrive. Depending on the address used, I saw potential delivery dates between range between February 27th and March 5th.
So should you order one? While most cameras rely on your best guess about when to take a picture, Google Clips has had its AI trained by pro photographers.