In the latest case of a product to be filed under “of course this exists,” Casio has announced a rugged action camera heavily influenced by its iconic G-Shock brand. Though the G'z Eye GZE-1 takes its name from Casio's line of sturdy smartphones, its design comes straight from the company's tough watches.
The GZE-1 isn't the most capable action camera in the world — it shoots 1080p at 30fps, 480p at 120fps, and 6-megapixel photos — but with 50 meters (164 feet) of waterproofing and 4 meters (13 feet) of shockproofing, it's one of the toughest. At 190.8 degrees, the f/2.8 lens is also wider than those of most action cameras. And if you happen to have Casio's latest Pro Trek Android Wear watch, you can use it as a viewfinder; in the likely event that you don't, there'll be a G'z Eye app for your phone.
Casio hasn't announced a global release date or pricing for the GZE-1 just yet, but it costs 46,000 yen in Japan, so you should probably expect the US price to be set at around $400.