Casio is saying two new additions to their level and shoot line – one a prime of the road mannequin with in-built geo-tagging and the most recent technology of GPS expertise, and one entry stage unit.
The extra fascinating of the 2 is the , which includes a in-built GPS which is not going to solely mechanically tag the place a photograph was taken, it additionally has in-built maps and can show the place the photographer is presently situated. The potential right here is clear, you just about can’t get misplaced with this digicam, and in the event you do, it’ll present you easy methods to get dwelling. Couple the GPS capabilities with 24mm, 10x optical zoom lens on a 14.1 megapixel digicam, and also you’ve received an important moveable level and shoot that’ll additionally document video at 720p (30fps). The EX-H20G will probably be accessible this November for $349.99.
Subsequent up, the Exilim Z-16. That is an entry stage level an shoot with a 12.1 megapixel sensor, and as such it lacks the GPS performance of the EX-H20G. It’s additionally quite a bit easier to make use of, with in-built facial recognition software program, and nicely because the “Greatest Scene” performance that auto selects a lot of your most necessary setting for you. MSRP on the Z-16 is a fairly cheap $99.99, and you must anticipate to see it in shops this month.