Get Your GPS Camera From Casio In October For $400

Posted: Feb 22 2010, 10:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:39pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 

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Casio's GPS-enabled EX-10HG will be moving from concept to retail when it launches this October, according to a report from Photography Bay.

Casio lifted the curtain on its EX-10HG camera at last month's CES show. Introduced as a concept camera, it contains a built-in GPS camera that can do more than your typical geotagging camera. It comes fully equipped with Google Maps and pinpointed locations that can be viewed directly on the LCD screen.

Users can also tap on specific locations to see pictures that were taken in the area. That's right - the LCD will be a fully functional touch-screen.

Photography Bay received the first details of a retail launch for the device at this week's PMA show. According to their report, it will be available in October for around $400.

Photo credit: Photography Bay

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