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Foolography Unleashed Dx000 and Holux M-1000C Receiver Kit

B&H # FODX00M1000C Mfr # 0090
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Product Highlights
  • Kit Contains Dx000 and M-1000C
  • Wireless Geotagging Module
  • Wireless GPS Logger

The Foolography Unleashed Dx000 and Holux M-1000C Receiver Kit contains everything you need to geotag your photographs besides the camera itself.

The Unleashed Dx000 is a wireless Bluetooth module that allows you to geotag your photographs without the need to tether to GPS receivers. This compact, lightweight device sits directly on the camera and is easily configured to the Holux M-1000C GPS Logger. The module automatically receives the GPS data and embeds it into the image's metadata immediately; no additional steps are required at the computer.

The Unleashed Dx000 is compatible with D3100, D5000, and D7000 digital cameras. Also, it works with the Nikon D90 digital camera if turned upside-down.

The Holux M-1000C is a wireless GPS logger that easily and accurately records logs and data. The M-1000C is very compact and lightweight, making it perfect for carrying in your pocket or bag while traveling. It also features an integrated GPS chipset that provides 20-hour battery life from a removable lithium-ion 850mAh battery. The 4MB of internal flash memory is capable of storing 200,000 data logs via the v1.2 compliant, Class 2 Bluetooth interface.

Note: The included ezTour software from Holux allows you to download and manage your tracks (Windows only). To download the tracks with a Mac you can use the freeware BT747. A detailed installation description can be found on the Foolography homepage.

Wireless Bluetooth module and wireless GPS logger kit provides everything necessary for geotagging your photographs.
The Unleashed Dx000 is compatible with D3100, D5000, and D7000 digital cameras. Also works with the Nikon D90 digital camera if turned upside-down.
Easy configuration and set-up times.
Long battery life with minimal power consumption.
Bluetooth Module Connection Time: 3 Seconds on Average
Compatibility: Bluetooth 2.0 Compliant
Dimensions: 0.91 x 0.79 x 0.2" / 23 x 20 x 5mm
Weight: 0.18oz / 5g
GPS Logger Log Data Memory: 4MB Flash Memory, Up to 200,000 Recorded Points
GPS Receiver: MTK3329 GPS Chip
Tracking Sensitivity: -165dBm
Compatibility: USB 2.0 with Mini USB Connector
Battery: Lithium-Ion 850mAh
Dimensions: 2.5 x 1.6 x 0.7" / 62.5 x 41 x 17.1mm
Weight: 1.1oz / 32g
Foolography Unleashed Dx000 and Holux M-1000C Receiver Kit
  • Unleashed Dx000 Bluetooth Module
  • Holux M-1000C Wireless GPS Logger
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    FoolographyUnleashed Dx000 and Holux M-1000C Receiver Kit
     
    4.0

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    4.0

    Trying another solution

    By twoj

    from Montreal, QC, CA

    About Me Photo Enthusiast

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    Pros

    • Compact
    • Easy to Use
    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Needs lanyards

    Best Uses

      Comments about Foolography Unleashed Dx000 and Holux M-1000C Receiver Kit:

      If you are looking at this you probably know there are a few solutions for GPS tagging your photos. There are the models that attach on the hotshoe, others that connect to your phone GPS, etc. I tried using the tracklog from my phone & Garmin - they work but not always a great solution, I also didn't want the hotshoe version from interferring with using my flash and having the ugly cable sticking along the side.
      This hopefully is the final solution - one downside is that really to attach the foolography unit i need to cut into the rubber door of the D7000, you can leave the rubber door open but you'll probably come to the same conclusion that things work better when you grit your teeth and exacto your Nikons rubber flap. This I blame Nikon for not building a better system for GPS tagging.
      The Holex is a nice unit as well, fits in the palm, aquires sattelites pretty quick, apparently uses the same battery as a Nokia phone to get a 2nd battery. It comes with ezTour software so that you can attach it to your PC (mac?) and download the tracklog as well.
      The 2 units work well together, one note is that you don't get heading info with these, apparently you need units that have a digital compass and then they need to be hotshoe mounted to get the right shooting angle. The two units have a small slot on the sides to put lanyards (they don't come with them) and its something that i still want to do just to make sure they don't accidently fall out (the foolography is a pretty tight connection but still). The Holex i would also like to find a small holder that I can attach to my camera sling so it stays with the camera (there are occations when i leave the camera bag, so if you have it on the strap its always with you).
      Overall its a pricy solution but it solves a lot of the issues i was having with other solutions. Its unfortunate that Nikon have not paid very much attention to this and users need to come up with make-shift solutions, and for me this was the best solution so far.
      The thing i like the leasr so far is that the GPS is not as accurate as i would like, for example at a bbq at a friend's garden - it showed the majority of the photos at the proper location but then some would be indicated like a city block away. Other photos i've seen a few hundred feet off - I'm not well versed in how accurate the GPS is suppose to be normally and then if you have trees, building, etc interferring how that will affect your accuracy. Anyways that is pretty much my biggest issue but for me it is still very acceptable.

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