New camera models with GPS are starting to trickle out for the 2010 model year (see also the Sony Cyber-shot with GPS), and Casio is the latest entrant, with its EX-10HG. Casio displayed this prototype "Hybrid GPS" model at the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas. In addition to GPS, permitting photo geotagging, the EX-10HG has a built-in accelerometer which detects and measures motion. The camera is designed to sense location via GPS, but when a GPS signal is not available, such as indoors, the accelerometer will continue to work and provide you with correct position data, which is automatically embedded in image EXIF files. It makes sense, and since so many cameras already include accelerometers for other reasons (such as image stabilization and orientation) let's hope other camera makers follow Casio's lead. No word on release date or price for the Casio EX-10HG Hybrid GPS. Image courtesy DC Watch.