Review: Promote GPS

Specifications:
  • Provides latitude, longitude, elevation and date/time information
  • Dependable 20 channel GPS receiver powered by SiRF Star III chip
  • Supports WAAS / EGNOS / MSAS
  • No batteries required - powered directly from camera
  • Low power consumption for longer shooting sessions
  • Automatically powered on/off along with camera exposure meter
  • Satellite almanac is automatically memorized for quick hot start
  • Made in USA
  • Price: $149.95

Beau's Thoughts:
Geo-tagging images is a great way to help organize your portfolio and is something I have been doing after Lightroom introduced the 'Map' module in version 4. The ability to add GPS data to images has been a big help on both personal and work projects. In the past I would sync the time between my camera and Garmin eTrex hand-held GPS, set the device on the dash of my vehicle, and then sync the tracking data with the images in Lightroom.

Comments

  1. Have you ever used the BadElf GPS Pro? That along with HEMA maps on an ipad mini is my current setup.

    - Colin R
    colinrupp.com

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