DIY camera GPS project for Nikon DSLRs

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DIY camera GPS project for Nikon DSLRs

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Chris writes –

This page describes the steps I went through in my project to connect a Garmin eTrex Summit GPS device to a Nikon D200 camera body in order to record location information in the EXIF data of images captured using the setup. While this procedure worked fine for me, I do not take any responsibility for you or your equipment should you try this yourself.

Chris Harrison – GPS Project – [via] Link.

4 thoughts on “DIY camera GPS project for Nikon DSLRs

  1. samurai1200 says:

    DANG, that is smart. Too practical! Love it.

  2. cprogrammer says:

    Great Skills. Nowaday readymade cable with RS232 -> TTL converter are available. I used a cable from http://www.pc-mobile.net/nikongps.htm

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