February 23, 2010

Casio EX 10HG Camera - 12 MP, GPS Tagging and Navigation

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Casio has given the green light to move the Casio EX HG10 camera to market sometime late this year, which will include a whole bunch of digital camera features and a GPS chip that not only tags your photos, but also serves as the basis for GPS/PND type point to point navigation. It apparently uses Google Maps, and one might assume Google is providing the Points of Information too. The camera itself has a whopping 12.1 MP sensor for your photo shoots, and the ability to browse where you took those detailed pictures on the map.

Cost is expected to be around $400.

Via Slashgear

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Posted by Scott Martin at February 23, 2010 6:39 AM

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