Many of today's busy shutterbugs like compact auto-exposure only point-and-shoots because these small, easy to use, feature rich image capture devices fit in perfectly with their hi-tech devices like smart phones, MP3/video players, and laptops. Casio recently introduced the Exilim EX-H20G, the world's first digicam combining GPS with motion sensor driven, autonomic positioning. The Exilim EX-H20G is a 14 megapixel compact digicam designed primarily for travelers that provides a Hybrid-GPS system in addition to its image capture capabilities.
Many techies will already have a GPS device in their car, but the EX-H20G provides a portable (in the field) system to track position, outdoors or indoors, against map data stored in the camera's on-board memory. Push the dedicated GPS button on the camera's top deck and the EX-H20G will display a map with the shooter's precise location and the photos and movies taken at any place on the screen map. Tourists rejoice, the Exilim EX-H20G is pre-loaded with 10,000 sightseeing spots around the globe.
When in the vicinity of one of these World class photo ops, the EX-H20G will automatically alert shooters. The EX-H20G features maps for more than 150 cities worldwide. The EX-H20G arrives just in time for the holidays, providing a unique (and fairly expensive) gift that hooks right into the hot geo-tagging craze. Geo-tagging is growing in popularity with shutterbugs, as they seek unique new ways to share their images on web social sites like YouTube.
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