Casio Exilim EX-H20G
Excellent incamera GPS and mapping, Ultrawideangle 24mm lens with 10X optical zoom, Phenomenal battery life, Greenscreenlike Dynamic Photo feature, Very good image quality in welllit situations, 360degree Slide Panorama mode.
Very sharp Images. Highquality 3inch LCD. 10x zoom. 24mm wideangle Lens. Hybrid GPS can geotag your photos without a signal (even indoors).
Very sharp Images, High-quality 3-inch LCD, 10x zoom, 24mm wide-angle Lens, Hybrid GPS can geotag your photos without a signal (even indoors).
GPS, battery life, 10x zoom
Impeccable Hybrid GPS geotagging system, Super fast operation, 10x zoom
GPS geotagging, Wide angle lens, Quality finish, Tracking AF, Face recognition, CCD-shift anti-shake
Jumpy zoom lever, Odd power-button placement, Digital zoom only when recording video, GPS coordinates aren't always correct with old firmware (be sure to update firmware to 1.02 or better), Some color blooming, Very soft corners, especially on the rig
No manual controls, Mediocre macro mode, Digital zoom only in video mode, No burst mode.
Competitors offer greater optical zoom in similar size bodies. Limited HD video options.
Competitors offer greater optical zoom in similar size bodies, Limited HD video options.
Image quality (over ISO 400), no manual modes
Price, A bit thick, Hitormiss autofocus system
Noise in images, No burst mode, Super macro is 7cm
By IT Reviews on July 12, 2011
It's priced on the high side, for sure, but Casio has created a camera that concentrates on quality point-and-shoot pictures and adds some genuinely more capable GPS technology that other brands have mustered. It's not cheap technology, however,...80
By LetsGoDigital on May 28, 2011
Last year, during the Photokina, a new Exilim Hi-Zoom camera was introduced. The Casio Exilim EX-H20G is a compact digital camera with a powerful zoom lens. The hybrid GPS system sets the Casio EX-H20G apart. The camera combines GPS with...-
By Good Gear Guide on March 30, 2011
The Casio Exilim EX-H20G digital camera has a long zoom, long-lasting battery, array of scene modes, very good image quality, in-camera photo-editing functions, and excellent GPS...70
By The Imaging Resource on March 29, 2011
I was more than a little mystified by the inaccuracy of the GPS data the Casio EX-H20G recorded with version 1.00 firmware. It simply was not as accurate as other systems I've used, although it was good enough for the map display on the camera...-
By Digital Camera Buyer on March 28, 2011
A sturdy, easy-to-use compact with a decent focal length. The slightly steep price can be justified if good use is made of the travel-rich features and settings Overall Our provides the latest photography news, reviews, previews, features and...80
By PCWorld on February 17, 2011
The vacation-friendly EX-H20G has a 10X-optical-zoom lens, great GPS features, and in-camera mapping. It's a top performer in daylight, but it lacks manual controls and a few key features....70
By Trusted Reviews on February 10, 2011
By virtue of its 10x optical zoom, the 14.1 megapixel Casio Exilim EX-H20G, falls within Casio's 'hi zoom' product category. Updating the EX-H10, it also packs in sensor-shift image stabilisation to help prevent blur from hand wobble at...80
By TechReviewSource on February 02, 2011
Video recording on is only average. Videos are stored as .MOV files at 720p30, which can natively be uploaded into YouTube and Facebook. In the $350 price range, though, you can find a model that that delivers much better-looking video. Both the...70
By Pocket-lint on February 01, 2011
A useful and admittedly fun camera with picture pin-pointing potential for those who want to retrace their travels in pictures, but towards the top end price-wise when weighed up against non GPS point and shoots with similar feature...80
By PhotographyBLOG on January 31, 2011
As with most big zoom compacts claiming to be all in one solutions, the pluses surrounding the Casio EX-H20G - extended creative options due to that broader focal range - outweigh the negative of slightly wider physical dimensions. And it's worth...80