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Bad Elf GPS Pro: The HighTech GPS Logger in the Field Test

Read the GPS-Logger on the way with the iPhone? With extremely accurate GPS and long battery life? I take a look at the Bad Elf GPS Pro Geologger. Do you think GPS loggers are old hat? All the same, no innovations? Then you should take a look at the GPS Pro from Bad Elf . A GPS receiver with “MFI” certification, which puts all the GPS loggers I have tested so far in the shade.…

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Canon GPS Geologger GP-E2 Introduced

Internal geotagging for Canon and route the photo tour record. Both make the new Geotagger Canon possible. In the first part presentation and short test. Canon Geotagger GP-E2 (Photo: Canon) Canon enters the market for accessory geotaggers with the GP-E2. Until now, an expensive WLAN transmitter was required for internal geotagging with EOS cameras. At this a GPS receiver was connected. Now, modern EOS SLR cameras do not require a cable to connect the camera…

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BT747: Read and set GPS Logger

Use the free BT747 software to read out and configure the GPS logger. And this on both Windows and Mac computers. In my previous GPS logger practice tests is always noticed one thing: Often there are problems with the included software. In this article I would like to introduce a reliable alternative program. For most Geotagger who use the GPS chipset from MTK, the open-source software BT747 can be used. Written is the tool in…

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myTracks for iPhone: GPS Logger App for Mac Software

myTracks for iPhone is the perfect complement to geotagging software on the Mac. Record GPS tracks and watch tracks on the move. myTracks for iPhone The digital camera does not have a GPS receiver installed, the desktop has a Mac and an iPhone is also available? Best conditions for track-based geotagging with myTracks. MyTracks – The GPS Logger for iPhone is the perfect complement to the recently introduced Mac software myTracks4Mac . Click here for…

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Nikon Geotagger di-GPS compared to ECO Pro-F and AK-G1s

The GPS receiver is supposed to plug directly into the Nikon camera? Which model fits better? A direct comparison of the Dawntech ECO Pro-F with the AK-G1s from Aokatec. For photographers who want to attach the GPS receiver directly to the Nikon DSLR camera, there are currently two models. By comparison, the AK-G1s from Aokatec, the two ECO Pro-Fs from Dawntech. All are designed for the professional line of Nikon SLR cameras. Revised di-gps ECO…

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Foolography Unleashed Bluetooth GPS for Nikon DSLR in test

Geotagging without cable. Only a small Bluetooth receiver on the camera and a GPS receiver in the backpack. Geotagging in its most carefree form. Already at the photokina in 2008 I was able to examine the prototype of the Unleashed geotagger. In comparison to the then still current adapter cable a great solution for internal Geotagging. The signals from a Bluetooth GPS receiver reach the suitable Nikon and Fuji cameras wirelessly and are integrated directly…

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Geotagger Dawntech Di-GPS M3-DC with Compass Under Test

The Dawntech Geologger for Nikon SLRs combines two geotagging features. Determine position data and shooting direction and save directly in the photo. In addition the practice test. With the di-GPS M3-DC Dawntech offers a Geotagger for Nikon DSLR cameras. DC stands for Digital Compass and already says that besides the location information from the GPS signal, the viewing direction is also determined by means of a digital compass. Both information is written by the camera…

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Bluetooth GPS Receiver AK-4N for Nikon DSLR In Review

With the compact Bluetooth receiver from Aokatec, camera-internal geotagging can be done without cables. Together with a Bluetooth GPS receiver, the module connected to the Nikon D300 for testing. AK-4N on the Nikon D300 The 10-pin connector connects to the Nikon D200, D300 (s), D700, D2x, D2xs, D2Hs, D3 and D3x cameras as well as the Fuji S5Pro GPS receiver. This makes internal geocoding possible with “right” cameras. Not just like previous tests on camera…

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Holux GPSport 260 in the field test

The compact GPS receiver GPSport 260 offers itself as a bicycle computer, outdoor GPS and of course for geotagging. The practical test checks the suitability of the compact GPS receiver. GPS navigation on the bike. For the Holux GPSport 260 should be particularly well suited. This and the suitability for geotagging clarifies the test. First impression and functionality Holux GPSport 260 In the case of the Holux GPSport 260 , a GPS receiver the size…

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