Google unveils new Clips camera

Google has revealed its new Clips camera, which can be controlled via an app and capture images automatically.

The device is small and features a physical shutter button – along with automatic capture powered by machine learning.

Clips automatically captures shots of people you know and can shoot motion photos or short video clips.

These clips sync wirelessly to the Google Clips app for Android and iOS, and Google Photos users can back up unlimited photos for free.

The Clips camera also lights up when it is active and learns to recognise familiar faces over time.

Google Clips is set to release in the US soon for $249.

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