Casio Unveils Two Exilim Cameras, One with GPS

Casio unveils two new cameras for their Exilim line of point and shooters, each one catering to different markets. The Exilim EX-H20G features a built-in GPS that automatically geotags every image taken. It also has built-in maps and can even display where the photographer is located, thus keeping the user from getting lost. Apart from the GPS function, this camera includes a 14.1-megapizel sensor with 24-millimeter 10x optical zoom lens, and video recording capability at 720p and 30 frames per second.

The other new camera is the Casio Exilim Z-16, an entry-level device that features a 12.1-megapixel sensor, face recognition, and a “Best Scene” mode that automatically selects the most optimum settings at a single touch. It may not have GPS, but its simplicity is what consumers may like about this camera.

The EX-H20G will be available starting November, costing US$349.99. The Z-16 will hit the shelves within the month at $99.99.

Source: Casio Exilim, via CrunchGear

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