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Canon PowerShot PICK is a Mini PTZ Camera for Capturing Everyday Life

Canon PowerShot PICK is a Mini PTZ Camera for Capturing Everyday Life

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The concept of a portable PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) camera with built-in AI for automatically capturing everyday moment was shown off by Canon  back at CES 2020. Now, after a few years of development it has turned into a real product known as the PowerShot PICK. It is exactly what it originally set out to be—an ultra-portable PTZ camera with automatic tracking that will make sure you are in the photos, too.

Being exceptionally tiny and featuring an integrated rechargeable battery makes the PICK an easy, well, pick for everyday use no matter where you are headed. You can then put the camera down wherever you want and let it analyze the scene for automatic image taking. It’ll recognize faces and automatically begin snapping photos and recording videos, ensuring candid moments remain natural and spontaneous.

Where the PICK shows off is with Canon’s underlying imaging tech. It boasts a 12MP 1/2.3” CMOS sensor along with a 3x optical zoom (19-57mm equivalent) lens and can record video in Full HD 1080p up to 60 fps. It also offers pan and tilt functionality with a range of ±170º and 110º, respectively, for active subject tracking and has image stabilization for smooth footage.

When you want to take more control the PICK provides a couple options. The first is the MiniPTZ App which connects via Wi-Fi/Bluetooth to the camera and offers full control over the camera settings along with recommendations of which shots are the best and quick sharing. The PICK also has voice control. Activated by saying “Hello PICK” followed by a simple command, users can quickly take a photo, record video, change subjects, and more.

As for final technical concerns, the PICK features a USB-C port for charging and data, has a built-in stereo microphone, a microSD card slot for saving data, and a tally light. A 1/4”-20 tripod socket on the bottom makes it easy to mount.

What do you think of the PowerShot PICK? It’s always fun to see a concept camera become a reality.

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