When I first received my Google Clips unit for review, I was curious. How would I use the small, portable camera in my workflow? While Google Clips has some really cool technology and is a sign of what the future might bring, it's also a tad bit creepy.
Google Clips connects to your phone via a private Wi-Fi network or Bluetooth, and automatically records short video clips (which are really just fast-capture still images put together) when it detects faces. There's no sound recorded at all. You can also click the shutter button (or use the app) to manually control the camera. The clips are then saved to the camera's internal memory and displayed on your phone, where they can be downloaded to your phone or Google Photos account.
It's almost like having your own personalized animated GIF. You can also export a frame from the video clip as a still image.
Read more on photofocus.com:https://photofocus.com/2018/07/02/google-clips-the-future-of-cameras/