Conclusion: If you're an avid traveler, you'll like the sharp photos, 10x zoom lens, and integrated GPS the Casio Exilim EX-H20G offers, but if you don't need to geotag your photos, you can get better performance for the price.
Pros: 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).
Cons: Competitors offer greater optical zoom in similar size bodies. Limited HD video options.
Summary: Overall the Casio EX-H20G is an all-round solid performer. The Hybrid GPS is unique but if you have no interest in this particular feature then save yourself a bit of cash and look elsewhere in the Casio range (or, indeed, browse other manufacturers’ ranges).
Pros: GPS, battery life, 10x zoom
Cons: Image quality (over ISO 400), no manual modes
Summary: Competing point-and-shoot cameras from major OEM’s (original equipment manufacturers) like Nikon, Canon, and Olympus are often so similar (same basic “look”, same resolution, almost identical LCD screens, rigidly similar control arrays, same zoom range, etc.
Pros: Good image quality, Effective on-board GPS, 10x optical zoom
Cons: Some ergonomic issues, Expensive, Slight overexposure
Conclusion: Like most point and shoot propose to do, the Casio Exilim EX-H20G delivers decent results with the minimum of fuss, even if those pictorial results are only on a par with the average snapshot camera.
Pros: Broad focal range, high resolution, decent battery life, the “extra” draw of built-in GPS
Cons: The premium price tag, optical zoom is disabled when recording video due to the mechanical buzz of the lens adjusting, sluggish to power up and down
Summary: 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.