Insta360 has just launched the GO, a minuscule wearable camera that can be attached to most things via a clip or its magnetic body. Its small size and low weight (18.3g/0.65oz) means it can fit into places where larger cameras can't, allowing for unusual angles and new viewpoints.

The camera doesn't have a screen and operation is simple: Pressing its button once records a clip for up to 30 seconds, pressing a second time stops it. Insta360's FlowState stabilization should make for steady footage in all situations and the company's FlashCut auto editing saves you from sorting and editing movie files manually.

The function uses AI to select your best clips and combines them into a longer stylized video. If you are more of a hands-on user, manual editing options are available in the GO app as well. You can modify transitions, color palette and playback speed among other parameters. It also lets you include video footage recorded on your smartphone.

The camera features a F2.1 aperture lens and records video with a 2720 x 2720 resolution at 25fps in its standard mode. The app outputs 1080p/25fps clips. Additionally, the camera comes with a Hyperlapse mode that can record at 6x speed for up to 30 minutes. A 100 fps slow-motion mode is available, too.

The camera body is IPX4 water-resistant, meaning it should withstand splashes, rain, and submersion in water for up to 10 seconds. A full charge allows for approximately 200 clips and when the camera is connected to the charger case at the end of the day, all footage is automatically transferred to your phone.

The Insta360 GO is available now and select retailers for $199.99. In the box you'll find a range of accessories for charging and mounting, including a charge case, magnet pendant, pivot stand, clip and sticky base. More information is available on the Insta360 website.