Among the cameras announced today are: The EX-G1 rugged camera, with a funky design, drop proof to two metres and waterproof to three metres. It shoots 12.1MP stills and can record 848x480 videos at 30fps. It'll cost $399.
The EX-H20G, the 14.1MP point and shoot with a 10x optical zoom and integrated GPS, complete with preloaded mapping and 720p video recording. $549.
The EX-FH100, the 1000fps-capable high speed camera (although at a really low resolution), with 10x optical zoom, and multiple high-speed settings, including a 120fps mode that can shoot at full resolution in low light. Yours for $549.
The EX-H15, a dynamic little compact that will take 1000 shots off a single battery charge, while including a 10x optical zoom and 14MP stills. $399.
There are also a few other models, including some entry level snappers and Casio's ultra-slim card cameras too. All of the models will be available through Camera House and other key camera stores.