Canon launches the Canon Ivy Rec - a wearable waterproof activity camera

Canon launches the Canon Ivy Rec - a wearable waterproof activity camera
(Image credit: Canon)

Today Canon has announced the launch of the Canon Ivy Rec, a wearable activity camera that can clip onto a belt or bag - or be easily stowed away in a small pocket. Waterproof up to 30 minutes at a depth of two meters in fresh water and shockproof up to two meters, the Ivy Rec is designed to help adventure seekers capture quality images.

Weighing an impressively light 90 grams, the Canon Ivy Rec has a 13MP sensor and records Full HD at 1080p up to 60fps videos to a microSD card. For those who like to push the limits on their adventures, the Ivy Rec doesn't have any kind of screen to crack. Rather than a typical viewfinder, you can compose your shot by simply looking through the clip hole - like the sports finders found in some underwater cameras. 

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