The Casio EX-H20G is the latest offering in the company's EXILIM hi-zoom line and provides ultra-precise location data for the geotagging of photos and video, including being the first camera to be able to geotag indoors, according to Casio.
The EX-H20G is outfitted with a 24mm, wide-angle, 10x optical zoom lens. But the differentiating feature is its beefed up geotagging capabilities. Rather than display only GPS coordinates of the user, the EX-H20G can display the photographer's current location, as well as geotagged photos and videos, on a map that's displayed on the 14-megapixel camera's 3-inch LCD screen. In addition, the camera is preloaded with information on 10,000 sightseeing photo spots around the world and automatically alerts users when they are near a point-of-interest.
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