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Started Jun 19, 2011 | Discussions thread
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Re: Post 5 PhotoTrackr Mini DPL900
In reply to citizenlouie, Sep 19, 2012

Howzit

There are no monthly costs involved.

You set the time on camera and GPS the same initially. Switch it on when you start your trip and it logs your movements. When you are finished for the day you plug it into your computer and download the trip data. The charge lasts about 12-18 hrs. Once the trip or trips (You can break then up) are downloaded you then point the software at the location of your pictures. The software then looks at the date and time of the picture and then geo-tags the picture from the corresponding GPS data. The application has a Google maps front end so it will shoe you where each picture was taken .

The cons on this device is you have to remember to charge it and take it with you. Its keeps about 2 days data on the device.

The pros are it continually logs so that you can log the total route you took and not only have GPS data added to your pictures. Its logs for about 12 hrs. Most GPS and phones with GPS would be dead long before that.

You can use this device purely as a trip logger or as a tracking device. Switch it on and it starts tracking.

Its about the size of a fat memory stick is bright orange with a lanyard.

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