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brianrybolt

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Wireless GPS logger
« on: August 17, 2015, 10:11:56 am »

I am in the market for a GPS logger and am interested in the Holux RCV-3000.  I can not find if they are compatible with mac (OS 10.10.5).  All of their drivers are for PC only.  I can not find who distributes them in the UK and there is very little technical info on the Amazon site.

This is my first foray into GPS so any guidance is appreciated.  Any suggestions as what to buy?  I'm shooting with a Fuji X-Ti but their app eats batteries rapidly.  I want a device that will log my movements so I can match it up with the time stamp of my shots in Lightroom.

Thanks in advance.
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Brian

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Re: Wireless GPS logger
« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2015, 11:19:10 am »

I am using the free app GeoTagr on my iPhone 5 to tag Fuji photos in Lightroom (I email the tracks to myself from the phone).  Seems to work very well.  The battery on the phone is not what it used to be, so it's only safe for a half days shooting at this point, but for full days I put a Lenmar BC5 battery extender I got on Amazon for under $30 on the phone.  I used to use a Garmin eTrex as a logger, but don't bother any more as the phone works so well and it's one less thing to carry around.
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