•Instant geotagging to both RAW and JPG - no computer / post processing required
•High sensitivity MTK chipset for fast accurate positioning in urban canyon and
foliage environment. Cold Start time is as quick as 35sec.
•Provides latitude, longitude, elevation (altitude) and date/time information (UTC)
•Low power consumption with compact design
•Short initial startup time, no setup required, use-friendly
•No longer need to remove the GPS plug in order to swap it with a remote cord
Note 1: nGPS does not provide heading information.
Note 2: Nikon ViewNX software is not included with this product. Instead it
may come with your Nikon DSLRs.
- Connet the Columbus nGPS to your Nikon DSLR and the GPS
location of every shot will be automatically added to the photo.
- It geotag both RAW and JPG files at the same time.
- The Columbus nGPS is a compact GPS device designed to slide
into the hot shoe or attach to the strap of your Nikon and Fujifilm
- Nikon: D600, D3200, D4, D800(E), D3S, D3X, D3, D700, D300S,
D300, D2Xs, D2X, D2Hs, D200, D90, D7000, D5100, D5000, D3100
Fujifilm: FinePix S5 Pro
- Unlike competing GPS receiver for Nikon DSLRs, the Columbus
nGPS comes with a quality remote cord included.
- The benefit: You get a great combo value of 2-in-1 package (GPS
and Remote Cord). In addition, you no longer need to remove the
GPS plug in order to swap it with a remote cord.
- So, make no mistake, this is a vastly more intelligent product than
the cheap copies you may see elsewhere, which are no more than a
GPS module in a box!
- The included remote cord adds greater convenience and ease of
use in a wide variety of shooting situations, including long
exposures and close-ups.
- The remote also features a lock, which keeps the camera shutter in
Long Time Exposure (Bulb) mode.
- By using a remote cable you can reduce camera shake, which
results in sharper images.
- Geotagged photos may be viewed on Flickr, Google Picassa, Apple
iPhoto, Yahoo!, Photoshop Elements, and many other photo viewing
apps that can display EXIF header values.
- Photos uploaded to Flickr or Picassa network albums can get
mapped automatically to the Google or Yahoo maps.
Compatible Cameras as for Oct, 2016
In the box: