When G-Shock Watch meets action camera, you get the Casio G'z Eye (GZE-1). Not just rugged looking, this device can withstand a 4-meter drop, is water-resistant to 50 meters, IP6X dust-proof rated, and operates at temperatures as low as -14° F without requiring a protective case. Feature wise, users will be able to capture HD video, slow-motion / time-lapse footage, take still photos, and pair with compatible smartphones or Casio smartwatches. Expect it to hit shelves in Japan on October 27th. Continue reading fro two more videos and information.
"It features a 13 mm F/2.8 equivalent lens and a 21 mp 1/2.3-type backlit CMOS sensor, that is capable of taking 6.9 megapixel photos, and full HD (1,920 x 1,080) videos. It can also capture 240 FPS slow-motion videos, that keeps extreme videos steady with its integrated three-axis electronic image stabilization. As the tiny action camera doesn't have a built-in display for viewing photographs and videos, users can pair the device with a smartphone, the optional 'GEC-10' remote control, or Casio's 'Pro Trek WSD-F20' Android smartwatch," reports Design Boom.