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Casio GPS camera

Ilse Jurrien
CES report
Saturday 9th, January 2010
Posted by: Ilse Jurrien

During my visit at the CES 2010 Show in Las Vegas, I nearly drowned in the enormous amount of digital camera introductions, compact cameras that is. I can't remember the last time such a huge amount was introduced during the Consumer Electronic Show; 48 so far and still counting. In addition, we spotted a number of prototype cameras, most of which were showcased behind closed doors, although some, such as a prototype Casio camera, could be seen on the show floor. It is a prototype Casio EXILIM camera with built-in GPS function. Granted, not particularly special, however, at this time we can still count the number of GPS cameras on one hand.

Casio Exilim GPS camera

12 megapixel prototype Casio Exilim GPS camera
The Casio GPS camera features a white housing and has a fairly large size. Even for a modest megazoom camera, the Casio EXILIM GPS prototype camera has been equipped with a 10x optical zoom lens, providing a 24-240 mm range. The resolution of 12.1 Megapixels is also quite modest, yet still more than enough to get a good enlargement.

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Casio Exilim GPS camera

Casio GPS digital camera
According to the Casio employees, Casio uses the feedback from the visitors to process and complete this camera prototype, which means we might just get to see a new Casio EXILIM camera with built-in GPS functionality soon.

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