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289 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Aug 30, 2006 3:18 PM by akko69
Have you tried Googling for "gps camera"?G5 Dual Core 2GHz, 2G RAM, 250G HD; G4 Dual 1Ghz, 1.5G RAM, 80G HD,, Mac OS X (10.4.6), 22 LCD Display, 200G & 160G FW HDs, Canon S400, i850 & LIDE 50, Epson R200
The professional line from Nikon have this capability, the D2X (and the new D2Xs) as well as the D2Hs.
Both require an external GPS device and connector. I would assume others do as well...but don't know for sure.1.42 Mini 80 gb, Mac OS X (10.4.6), 1gb BT/AP - 250gb FW
Currently Being ModeratedJul 21, 2006 11:14 PM (in response to John Thomas11)
The professional line from Nikon have this
capability, the D2X (and the new D2Xs) as well as the
Both require an external GPS device and connector. I
would assume others do as well...but don't know for
thanks; Ricoh advertises a camera which appears to have it built in but it's a clumsy tank. I'll try to locate a D2X and investigate....more than I wanted for this purpose but I appreciate the lead.iMacG5 & iBookG4, Mac OS X (10.4.6), iLife6, Canon iP6600D, Sony DSC-H2
There is another solution using a handheld GPS such as a Garmin or Magellan. When you're on a shoot, the handheld GPS will continually record your location in it's track log including time and date.
Back home, you'll need two applications:
LoadMyTracks - use this to download the track log from the GPS, convert it to a GPX file and transfer it to...
GPSPhotoLinker - import your photos with this and the application will match the timestamp on your photos to points on the GPS tracklog and write Lat, Lon and altitude to the photo's EXIF data.
Only problem I've found is iPhoto always reports altitude as 1m, although the correct data is in the file.
And one tip - make sure the date and time on your camera matches the date and time on the GPS handheld before you shoot!
Hope this helps,
Graham.MacBook 2GHz & iMac G5, Mac OS X (10.4.7)
any solution for the wrong altitude in the GPS metadata?
need write a feedback to apple?
also the lat/lon format is strange; for example:
45,00° 51,00' 28,45" N should be 45° 51' 28,45"!
byeCube PL 1,2 Ghz - 1G Ram, Mac OS X (10.4.7)