Casio has unveiled an innovation in the digital camera industry, it is called the Casio EXILIM EX-H20G. It is a 14.1-Megapixel Camera which happens to be the world’s first camera to comes equipped with a Hybrid GPS System. The EXILIM EX-H20G Digital Camera records 720p HD videos, there is a 10x (24-240mm) zoom lens, an ISO sensitivity of up to 3200, built-in image stabilization, Panorama Photo mode which gives the user the option to take 360-degree photos and a 3-inch LCD display to preview the photos on.
Other than all that regular stuff it can do, it also features superb GPS functions including autonomic positioning, it enables geotagging of photos and videos even while indoors.
There is also a auto-time adjustment function that will automatically synchronize the camera’s date and time with that of the user’s current location and time zone. If you are ever indoors and loose signal GPS satellites, the system consecutively tracks the user’s location “by employing an original algorithm” utilizing a three-way accelerometer and a three-way direction sensor, and when you get a new GPS signal, the system automatically updates the positional information of the indoor location. There is also a a USB, mini HDMI connectors for connecting the camera to your large-screen TV for slideshows, and a rechargeable Lithium Ion battery.
Casio will be releasing the EXILIM EX-H20G Digital Camera starting November 2010, it is expected to be price at $349.99.