9/26/2006

Sony Launches GPS for Cameras

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 11:34 am

Ever been on a trip where you’ve visited a dozen places, taken hundreds of pictures but can’t quite remember where you shot them? Sony has developed a pocket-size, Global Positioning System device and software that helps you identify the location of every picture you’ve taken within a couple of meters.

The device, which records location data every 15 seconds, can accurately pinpoint a shot to within two meters.

The device measures 3.43 by 1.42 by 1.42 inches, can hold up to 31MB (equivalent to approximately one month of tracking and recording for 12 hours per day) and has a power-efficient design that allows up to 10 hours of continuous use with a single, alkaline cell battery.

The GPS-CS1 doesn’t connect to a digital camera. Instead, tracking data from the device is downloaded via a USB cable to a Windows PC running the Sony GPS Image Tracker software. Camera images are also downloaded to the same PC, which then “matches” the position data from the GPS tracking device with date and time data from the images.

Source: Yahoo

 

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