Drift, maker of the Ghost-S and HD Ghost, has introduced its smallest action camera to date: the Stealth 2. Its diminutive size is the Stealth 2's most notable feature - it's half the size of the Ghost-S, measuring 3.15 x 1.65 x 1.06 inches, and it weighs 40% less. The combination of a 1.3-inch Mono Graphic Backlit LCD and status LED panel show the camera's current operations and mode, and is joined by support for the Drive 2-Way Remote Control.

Videos can be captured in either 720p at up to 60fps or 1080p at 30fps. There's a 135-degree FOV, as well as a 300-degree rotating lens for flexibility regarding the camera's mount position. This is complemented by a 1500mAh battery, which allows for up to 3 hours of continuous recording at maximum resolution. Charging is done via USB.

Still images can be taken at 3MP in a burst mode at 3fps, and there's a function for timelapse photography as well. The Stealth 2 is available for pre-order from Drift's website for $249 USD.