Summary: I really do love this camera, takes great photos and easy to hike with-light and easy to use. the only problem is that my other two have quit working within a couple of years, due to the lens getting off track and cost to repair way too high. Wish they could fix that problem!
Summary: Very nice camera, handly. I like it. It takes very nice pictures. I have it for around a 1.5 years. Things to improve: * Flash almost under my right finger when shooting. Quite easy to cover the flash with the finger. * Zooming the map: some places you can't go "closer" to the ground level.
Excerpt: Brian McClendon http://exilim.casio.com/digital_cameras/Hybrid-GPS/EX-H20G When standard GPS loses signal inside, Hybrid-GPS is always tracking so you get accurate geotagging whether you’re on top of the Eiffel Tower or deep underground in the London Tube.
Excerpt: Ignore anything less than total praise for the Casio EX-H20G, as of NOW! I bought Casio EX-H20GBK Hybrid-GPS Enabled 14 MP Digital Camera with 10x Zoom and 3-Inch LCD February 4, 2012 At first I kind of understood some of the reviews, but then I upgraded the Firmware 1.04 ..
Summary: This is my 2nd Casio - the first being the EH-10, which is very similar in design. I paid 40% more for the 10H than I did for the 20H. The 10H has been extremely reliable and extremely versatile. The biggest plus for either camera was the 24mm ultra-wide feature.
Summary: Got this used. Work's like new. It's a little larger than my compact SONY camera. I use this for work and the GPS feature is the real selling feature. Not a feature most need so other cameras would be better.