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GPS track your photo locations - So Cool

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This looks so cool. Ten years ago when we flew to Europe, I shot 70 rolls of film and had to keep notes where the photos were taken. Now that I am traveling to Europe again, I was looking at some of the newer digital cameras and wished my digital had either a folder track system or the new built in GPS geocoding for pictures. I have seen a few cameras introduced with this feature but some of the reviews indicated their functionality needed some development.

While I was looking at the technology, I stumbled across this little device. Now for $59US, you can GPS track your photos as well to any camera that has a time device inside. Just thought this was interesting, so I am sharing. I am not advocating this product, just letting you know the technology was out there. I suspect there are other companies out there making similar products.

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?Ntt=PhotoTrackr+Mini+DPL900&N=0&InitialSearch=yes

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