Casio has been a worldwide household name for decades. Electronics including cameras, mobile phones and musical instruments are just some of their immense product line.
CES 2010 held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, was where Casio first demonstrated the Elixim EX-FH100. A revolutionary new compact camera with the potential to be so much more.
The EX-FH100 is a camera, GPS and dead reckoning features combined into one amazing device. Able to shoot 40 frames a second on still mode and up to 1000 frames a second in HD video competing with other high level cameras.
The primary reason GPS and dead reckoning have been added is for geo-tagging and landmark recognition. GPS marks the position with a latitude and longitude coordinate which can be used to identify where a specific photo was taken. The other function GPS serves is to search the internal memory of digital maps and points of interest. The photos on the camera can be cross-referenced with these maps and POI's to show where they were taken.
To round out this intensely full featured device are fitness components. Calorie consumption, a pedometer and distances to close proximity POI's will entice all levels of photographers and outdoor enthusiasts to bring along their Casio.