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    • Fair enough...I was just being bitchy. OK, so here's the thing: cell phone cameras are so good now that it's hard for me to see much of a market for anything between them and pro-level gear. It sounds like this thing is meant to be some sort of body-cam, but given the hostility that Google Glass provoked, I'm not sure that it's going to be well received regardless of its technical merits. Dunno.

    • Disclaimer, I'm hopelessly bad at predicting how new technologies will be used and adopted.
      That said, even after reading your review, I can't figure out what it's for. No audio, mediocre to bad video, doesn't sound user friendly... the only application I can think of is using it as a home security camera, to catch the faces of burglars. Even then, they'd probably steal it because it would need to be exposed in order to function.

    • My Nest Cams serve the same function, except that they're bound by a WiFi connection and 110-volt plug. I can't really figure out what it's for.

      What will the camera of the future be? Perhaps the Google Clips is trying to be a robo-photographer: a camera that will compose and take an image autonomously. But as it stands, the Clips' stationary nature is extremely limiting. I bet small, autonomous drones and robotic camera mounts that will follow subjects will serve peoples' constant photographer needs better.