GP-1 GPS Unit
Geotag your images!
Geotags can be added to your images so you can record latitude, longitude, altitude and time information.
$279.95*MSRPMSRP (Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price) listed only as a suggestion. Actual prices are set by dealers and are subject to change at any time.
- GP1-CA90 for connection to the D90
- GP1-CA10 for connection to the 10-pin remote terminal of supported cameras
- Strap adapter GP1-CL1
*Supplied accessories may differ depending on country or area.
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Wouldn't be without it! I have had the GP-1 attached to my D3 for just over a year now and wouldn't think of being without it. In fact I plan to buy another for the other body. I have traveled all over Australia and most of Western North America with it and find it as dependable as any GPS Equipment out there. I have read all the concerns about battery and slow start up but have never found any of this to be a problem. Having the geo-data with all my shots makes this one very important tool. June 24, 2011
Silent Traveling Companion I've spent the last 12 months driving 28,000 miles in North America from the Arctic to the tip of Florida and both East and West coasts. The whole time the GPS-1 was attached to my camera bouncing around in the center shelf of my truck. Even flying through the off-road 4x4 trails couldn't rattle it. Yea, it's slow to start and eats batteries when left on as I do but it works all the time. It's an essential tool in reviewing where, when and how pictures were taken. Gotta love geotagging for travel photography. Just got a D7000 and works great on it also. June 16, 2011
Its all about location I am an avid outdoors nature photographer and enjoy hiking and carrying my Nikon equipment to capture every detail along the trails. This year I purchased this GP-1 unit to assist me with tagging my location shots. It is easy to use and requires nothing more than attaching it to your camera. Yes - It allows pass through for your shutter release cable which I find useful for my HDR work. Even in heavy wooded areas it locks on a GPS signal within 8 seconds of activation. Lets face it all of us forget things and I find myself guessing sometime where I took a particular photo at - with this unit tagging my photos with GPS data no more guessing. Worth the price, go get yourself one! October 18, 2010
Very Accurate but sometimes slow I have used the GP1 all over North America and the Caribbean and the end results are extremely accurate. The one problem that I have when I use it with my D3S is that sometimes, it takes a long time to lock in on satellites in order to fix my position. By a long time, I mean up to a minute. When photographing scenery, that is not a huge problem, but if you are on the move and want to grab a shot out the window or something, you may be out of luck. Overall, unless I am using my flash, this unit is always attached to my camera body. April 29, 2012
Works Great Had mine about 20 months and on both a D5000 and a D7000. Taken over 20k pics traveling by truck from Alaska to Florida and to both coasts without issue. Except one that prevents it from getting 5 stars. Power consumption, it eats batteries. Using a battery grip helps but keep a few extra batteries nearby. I charge mine in the truck between locations. Really like knowing exactly where I shot a photo previously so I may return when the weather/light is just right. September 23, 2011