Casio first showed off its GPS-equipped EX-10HG digital camera during CES earlier this year, at which point it was considered a prototype that may or may not ever make it to market. No longer a prototype, Casio again had its upcoming digicam on display , this time at the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) trade show.
According to Casio, the EX-10HG will be available starting in October of this year and carry a price tag of "around $400." In exchange for 4 C-notes, buyers get a 12.1MP camera capable of geotagging photos, but that's not all. The built-in GPS also serves as a full-fledged navigation system powered by Google Maps.
There's not a whole lot of other details to go on, but based on what Casio said earlier this year , there's a good chance the final version will ship with a touchscreen LCD and SD card slot.