This Ultra-Tiny AI-Powered Cam Captures Stabilized HD Footage

Aug 28, 2019

Category: Tech

Whether you need to capture your gnarly adventures or want a discreet third eye for security purposes, a lightweight compact camera comes in handy. With the thumb-sized Insta360 GO Camera, you get a versatile recording device that can see all.

The 20g IPX4 water-resistant tiny cam can shoot full HD at 25 fps and 1080p at 30 fps in time-lapse or hyper-lapse mode. You can also record clips in slow-motion and snap 5 mp photos. The Bic lighter-sized action camera also impressive electronic image FlowState stabilization, AI-powered FlashCut to find your perfect shots, and a magnetic backing, so you can place it on metal surfaces. There are a ton of ways to use this tiny cam, including capturing your workouts, using it as a dashcam, or even utilizing it as a security device. Shoot around 200 20-second clips per day on a full charge and capture the inspiring moments of your life. You can grab the Insta360 GO Camera today for $200.

Purchase: $200

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