As part of Photokina 2010, Casio is announcing two new Exilim cameras today, highlighted by a hybrid GPS-enabled camera. Here's a little information on the two new Casio cameras.
- Exilim EX-H20G. The H20G (MSRP $349.99, pictured here) will be available in November. With its built-in GPS capabilities, it will take geotagging to a whole new level, making it easier than ever before. It even can help photographers plan sight-seeing trips, guiding them to the best destinations.
- Exilim EX-Z16. Casio is aiming the Z16 at the budget market, offering 12 megapixels in a sub-$100 model. It will be available in the next few weeks.
I'll have more details on each of these cameras closer to their actual release dates. However, at first glance, the H20G sounds like a really cool model for this holiday season.
Casio also is announcing two cameras that -- at least initially -- will not be offered for sale in the United States. The Exilim EX-ZR10 can capture up to 30 frames at 10MP in less than one second, while the EX-Z2300 will offer 14MP of resolution and a 5X optical zoom lens.
Photo courtesy Casio