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FotoSpot Bluetooth Geo-Tagger FSB-102 for Nikon DSLRs

B&H # FOFSB102 Mfr # FSB-102
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Product Highlights
  • For Nikon D200, D300, D300s, D700, D2X
  • For D2Xs, D2HS, D3, D3X, D3s
  • Geo-Tags Photos With GPS & Compass
  • Bluetooth Wireless Connectivity
  • Mounts to the Hotshoe
  • MySnapMap Software Included
  • Rechargeable Li-ion Battery

With the Bluetooth Geo-Tagger FSB-102 for Nikon DSLRs from FotoSpot, you can keep track of exactly when and where your most cherished photographed events took place. Mount it to the hotshoe of your compatible Nikon digital SLR camera, and insert the included Bluetooth dongle to pair it with your camera wirelessly. Then, you'll be able to instantly mark your pictures with the location (longitude/latitude) and direction each time you snap a photo.

The FS-B102 also has an internal microSD card for GPS tracklog. Your geo-tagged pictures can be viewed later as thumbnail images on popular mapping platforms like Google Maps. This attachment works seamlessly with the free MySnapMap software, which lets you organize, edit and view your images, imprint location information and share them on popular photo sharing websites like Picasa and Flickr. The FS-B102 recharges through a standard USB port on your computer or with the included wall charger.

For Select Nikon Digital SLR Cameras
The FS-B102 is compatible with cameras like Nikon D200, D300, D300s, D700, D2X, D2Xs, D2HS, D3, D3X and D3s
Geo-Tags Photos With GPS & Compass
Allows your camera to become GPS-enabled; marks your pictures with the exact location and direction each time you take a picture
Bluetooth Wireless Connectivity
This is a Bluetooth class 2 device, allowing it to connect to your camera wirelessly when you insert the included Bluetooth dongle into your camera
View as Thumbnail Images
Geo-tagged pictures can be viewed as thumbnail images on popular mapping platforms like Google Maps
Free MySnapMap Software
Organize, edit and view geo-tagged images; lets you imprint location information and share images on photo sharing sites like Picasa and Flickr
Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
The attachment recharges through a standard USB port on your computer or with the included wall charger
Display Monochrome OLED (96 x 64 pixels)
Start Time < 120 seconds in cold start
< 5 seconds in hot start
Chipset SiRF Star IV
Accuracy < 9.8' (3 m) under ideal conditions (+/- 5 degrees)
Compass Electronic 3D compass with accelerometer
Storage Onboard with microSD
Battery Type Rechargeable Lithium Ion Polymer
Battery Life 6 hours continuous mode (always on)
12-18 hours for typical use
UI Language English
Dimensions 2.4 x 2.3 x 1.2" (62 x 58 x 31 mm)
Weight 7 oz (200 g)
FotoSpot Bluetooth Geo-Tagger FSB-102 for Nikon DSLRs
  • Bluetooth Dongle (Rectangular Connector)
  • USB AC Charger
  • Hot Shoe Extender
  • 3' (0.9 m) USB Cable
  • Quick Start Guide
  • 1-Year Warranty
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    FotoSpotBluetooth Geo-Tagger FSB-102 for Nikon DSLRs
     
    2.0

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    2.0

    Nice but not great

    By Paul

    from San Jose, CA

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      • Complicated Controls
      • Short Battery Life

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        Comments about FotoSpot Bluetooth Geo-Tagger FSB-102 for Nikon DSLRs:

        After owning several GPS units with cords that lasted for about a year before some connection in the cord failed I decided to give this cordless unit a chance. First impression after opening the box was the unit size it is big when compared to the one with cord, but not heavy. Setup went ok, even that the instructions are poor (remember those instructions from some imports 20 years ago?). Menu on the unit is primitive and in order to get out one has to turn the unit off (no END function). The unit records data as advertised and the battery life is around 6 hours of continuous use and only rechargeable via USB port meaning for extended trips into nature, my main focus, the unit is no exactly useful. But the most annoying feature is that every time a GPS fix is acquired or lost the device beeps, so if you are into wildlife photography forget this device and there is no option in the menu to select a silent mode.
        One nice feature is that the unit keeps a track log, so if there is a photo without GPS data one can interpolate. I have not used the software provided by the manufacturer, but rather third parties without any significant issue.
        Bottom line, the general idea of the device is great and works as advertised by the manufacturer, but there are so many small annoyances that for the time being I will keep using my wired GPS units.

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