How many times have you come home from an adventurous vacation with endless photos and you can't tell where or when any of them were taken, especially years and years later. The solution is geotagging your photos.
The PhotoTrackr Pro is a small device that you keep with you at all times while traveling and it keeps track of everywhere you go and when by storing time-stamps and GPS coordinates. After a trip, load up the plotting software and this device matches the photo's timestamps taken from your digital camera with the timestamps from the PhotoTrackr Pro. Using the GPS coordinates of latitude and longitude, it is able to plot out exactly where and when you took each picture using the cool mapping software Google Earth. The PhotoTrackr Pro is able to track you for up 40 days of normal use and supports all digital cameras that record date and time stamps.
This is really cool new technology, but the real question is - when will this geotagging technology be built into digital cameras?
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- Track when and where you took each picture with Google Earth
- Supports all digital cameras that record date and time stamps
- 4MB flash memory, 250k data records, 40 days of normal usage
- 16 channel GPS, -152dBm sensitivity
- 45 second cold-start, 38 sec. warm start, 6 sec. hot start
- Supports RAW, JPG tagging
- Built-in antenna, external MMCX antenna port
- 32 hour battery life
- 1100mAh Li-ion rechargeable battery
- 5m accuracy
- Tethered GPS mode
- Windows XP, Vista compatible - Mac OS X version coming soon!