Casio has unveiled three new compact cameras at photography show Photokina in Germany today. The Casio Exilim EX-Z2300 and EX-ZR10 are respectably specced point-and-shoots, while the Exilim EX-H20G always knows where it is, even when other snappers would get lost.
The EX-H20G, pictured above, boasts a hybrid GPS system. It uses satellite know-how to work out where it is, but unlike other GPS devices Casio reckons it can continue to keep track even when you're indoors. A motion sensor plots its movements against maps stored in the camera's memory to geotag photos taken out of range of satellites.
The EX-ZR10 packs a 12-megapixel, back-illuminated CMOS sensor. The 7x optical zoom lens is equivalent to 28mm on a 35mm film camera. It fires off up to 30 10-megapixel snaps in less than a second, and can manage up to 480fps slow motion video too. Normal video is 1,920x1,080-pixel resolution at 30fps, and it also does 360-degree panoramic images in one movement.
The Exilim EX-Z2300 is a 14-megapixel point-and-shoot with a 5x zoom and 3-inch screen. A make-up function banishes blemishes and smoothes out skin, while on a more serious note CCD-shifting image stabilisation rules out camera shake. It comes in gold, black, pink, purple and blue.
Pricing and availability are yet to be confirmed.