Do you use GPS with your photography? Helpful article from +Nicole S

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"GPS for Photographers", a new article on @photofocus by @nicolesy:

I share a lot of “behind the lens” photographs on my Instagram page, and one of the questions I get most frequently is “what’s that thing on top of your camera?”. The answer is that it’s the Canon GPE-12, a small GPS device that sits on the hotshoe of my…?

GPS for Photographers
I share a lot of "behind the lens" photographs on my Instagram page, and one of the questions I get most frequently is "what's that thing on top of your camera?". The answer is that it's the Canon ...


One Response to “Do you use GPS with your photography? Helpful article from +Nicole S”

  1. Mediasculp says:

    In the past 10 years have had 3 different solutions for GPS tracking.
    First one was an external tracker, where you match based on timestamp. That way stayed device independent and could also be used just to track your hikes or ride.  Afterwards you had to update the images. Hardware failed relatively quickly.
    2nd was a 3rd party hot shoe GPS logger. Was not very reliable and after upgrading my camera, connectors didn't match any longer. 
    So I finally bought the solution Nikon is offering, the Nikon GP-1. It is more expensive but smaller and hopefully compatible for several camera generations.

    · May 23, 2014 @ 10:47 am

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