The Memoto camera is a new, wearable 5MP camera that is roughly the size of a post stamp and is designed to capture an image every 30 seconds. It packs in GPS and an accelerometer, which appropriately orients the images depending on just how you wear the camera. One you connect the camera to your computer, it uploads the images to Memoto’s servers and organizes them for your search and browsing access via iOS/Android apps or a web browser.
The Memoto camera will retail for $279 when it finally hits store shelves next year. [click to continue…]
Nikon Coolpix P7700
A pair of new Nikon Coolpix models have leaked out ahead of their official unveiling in the next day or two. [click to continue…]
The previously teased firmware update for the Canon 7D is now officially set to be released in August. The firmware set looks to be a mighty big one with a RAW image burst buffer that now allows 25 consecutive images over the previous 15. [click to continue…]
Pentax has announced the O-GPS1, which is an add-on GPS unit for the K-5, K-r and 645D. The O-GPS1 makes it possible to embed location info into image files. [click to continue…]
The Casio EX-H20G is a 14.1MP point and shoot camera that offers a hybrid GPS function, enabling users to capture geotagging info while indoors. To accomplish this task, the H20G stores last known GPS info in the built-in maps within the camera and uses this info to tag images while indoors until the camera can obtain a GPS signal again.
The EX-H20G also features a 10x optical zoom lens and captures 720p HD video. The EX-H20G should be available in November 2010 at an initial retail price of $349.99. Check availability on Amazon.com.
More details in the press release below. [click to continue…]
Speaking with a Casio representative at PMA 2010, I learned that the Casio EX-10HG GPS-enabled concept camera on display at CES 2010 will receive an estimated price point of about $400 retail. The EX-10HG is expected to be available in October 2010.
To learn more about the EX-10HG, you can see Photography Bay’s coverage from CES 2010 here.
Stay tuned for further updates as soon as pricing and availability is officially announced.