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For use with a GPS receiver. I get to test it :-)
17th Mar 2008, 16:05   | tags:,,,,,

seaneeboy says:

Lovely - how does it work with the GPS?

17th Mar 2008, 16:20

bronxelf says:

Mike has one of those, and it's xrew (the guy who took my calendar photo)'s backup camera. It's a *great* camera.

17th Mar 2008, 19:31

Euphro says:

Seaneeboy, you need an NMEA-0183 compatible GPS unit and the Nikon MC-35 cable, which connects via the camera's 10-pin connector. Not only does it give you location, but if your GPS has a built-in compass - like the Garmin 60CSx units we use - you can get camera pointing direction too (which is great for landscapes ), as long as you make sure that the long-axes of the GPS and the lens are in the same orientation when you take the picture.

17th Mar 2008, 22:37

Euphro says:

B and D, I've only taken about ten shots so far - most of the day was spent charging the battery. Tomorrow it will get a serious test :)

17th Mar 2008, 22:40

seaneeboy says:

Wow, that's really impressive!

18th Mar 2008, 10:04

Dhamaka says:

wow that looks great
I'd love your job too....

18th Mar 2008, 20:06

Caine says:

Oh man, beyond jealous here. Nice job perk!

20th Mar 2008, 07:55

silar31 says:

That is massively cool. :)

23rd Mar 2008, 12:16

Euphro says:

Thanks :D I'm still waiting for the cable to arrive, but I hope to have some geotagged pics on Flickr soon :)

23rd Mar 2008, 20:46

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