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. ""The precise Hybrid GPS technology found in Casios new EX-H20G overcomes the limitations which consumers face with current GPS-enabled digital cameras, specifically the ability to geotag images indoors.
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 ...have you ever seen a slim woman with a sexy square sweet gap between her thighs? This camera was formed by that gap. PERFECT! http://support.casio.com/download.php?
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. Since this is my main traveling camera, compactness was also important.
Summary: Awesome camera with GPS as one of it's features. The camera is bigger than I expected because of the GPS. If you have Casio Exilim the features are the same and the clarity of the screen is still the same. I like it so far and will give the GPS a try when I go on my vacation in July.
Summary: La he comprado en ECI a un precio muy bueno, supongo que será porque ya está en el mercado la 30. La cámara no tiene ningun ruído a 80 ISO, y además hace fotografias nocturnas bastante decentes, porque para eso tiene un flash potente, que abarca mucho campo, que además es ajustable. Lo que pasa es que no debemos olvidar, que es una compacta.