Monthly Archives: September 2018

28 SepBlackBerry 8310 with GPSLogger as geologger in the test

GPS tracks for track-based geotagging do not always have to be recorded with loggers. Even a smartphone with an integrated GPS chip allows for tracking with the right software. This is about recording with the business smartphone par excellence. With a BlackBerry. The test device was the BlackBerry Curve 8310 with the free GPSLogger tracking […]

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22 Sepgps4cam: Complete package for smartphones in the field test

In the practical test, the app must show what it can hold.   gps4cam start screen With gps4cam is a very easy to use complete package for geotagging with smartphone support available. The GPS positions are recorded with the smartphone app. On a PC or Mac then brings a small program GPS data and photos […]

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20 SepGPSLogger: Easy GPS track recording for Android in Apptest

Record the distance traveled by GPS. It’s easy with the open source app for Android. In addition still some exciting additional functions in the App test. If you are looking for an app to record the distance covered by GPS, then you quickly come across MyTracks from Google (→ App-Test ). But there are still […]

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19 SepCanon Map Utility in the field test

Canon Map Utility is required for reading from the track memory of Canon GPS devices. How does it work and what else can the software do? Canon’s GPS-enabled devices include Map Utility as its management software. I had the opportunity to test the Canon GPS solution together with the GPS receiver GP-E2 in practice. Reports […]

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13 SepNikon D750: Full-format DSLR with Wi-Fi and GPS Option Introduced

Lightweight and compact full-size camera with great technical features. Wi-Fi is built-in, GPS is available as an option.   Nikon D750 with 24-120 lens Nikon fills in the gap between D610 and D810 with the new D750. In short, a new sensor, a folding display and Wi-Fi are integrated into a lightweight and compact housing. […]

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07 SepGPS Track on Android with MyTracks Record

Record the distance covered with the Android app “My Tracks”. Useful for track-based geotagging. The free GPS program can do even more. On the way to track-based geotagging, the first thing you need is a record of the distance covered during the photo tour. So why not record this route with your constant companion, an […]

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