Praise for the O-GPS1
Last week I took my K-5 and O-GPS1 on a train trip (Capitol Limited from Chicago to Washington) to see if the GPS would lock on to satellites reliably from a moving train.
It does. Works best in the lounge car, which has large windows and skylights, but it also worked well in my sleeper room when held up to the window.
I'm a rail travel writer and often photograph trackside sights from the train. Unfortunately I usually forget to take notes on what I've shot, and I end up with dozens of photos whose locations are a complete mystery to me. Having the lat/long/alt data in the EXIF is a genuine help.
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|Feb 15, 2012|