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Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2

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Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2

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  • Rugged Lightweight Design
  • Location Information in EXIF File
  • Can Act As Stand-Alone GPS Logger
  • On-Board Electronic Compass
  • Hot Shoe or USB Terminal Connectivity
  • Runs on Convenient AA Batteries
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Canon's GPS Receiver GP-E2 records GPS information like longitude, latitude, elevation, direction and Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) as EXIF data on photo files using a compatible EOS camera. This lightweight, compact unit can also serve as an electronic compass or a stand-alone GPS recorder. It was designed specifically for the EOS system, and offers USB and hot-shoe connections with the EOS 5D Mark III and the EOS-1D X (USB connection-only with the EOS 7D). It's also compatible with the Rebel T5i via USB, and with the EOS Rebel T4i and Rebel SL1 via the Digital terminal on each camera.

The GP-E2 offers the same level of dust- and weather-resistance as the EOS 5D Mark III camera when connected to the camera's hot-shoe. Dust- and weather-resistance decreases when it's connected to the camera via the USB cable. For simple and accurate recording of time and location information, the GP-E2 is an ideal complement to the EOS System.

The EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 7D require a firmware upgrade to be compatible with the GPS Receiver GP-E2.

When the EOS 7D is used with the GP-E2 the following restrictions will apply: a) geotagging function will not work for movies while recording; b) geotagging features will not work for movies when using the Map Utility; c) electronic compass information and automatic time setting is not available; d) transmission via the hot shoe is not possible.

Rugged and lightweight design
Records location information (longitude, latitude, elevation, direction, and universal coordinated time (UTC)) as EXIF information to images when shooting
Can act as a stand-alone GPS logger
On-board electronic compass
Camera time can be synched by the built-in clock
Uses a conveniently replaceable AA battery as its power source so no energy is drawn from the camera's battery
Hot shoe, USB terminal, or Digital terminal connectivity
The EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 7D require a firmware upgrade to be compatible with the GPS Receiver GP-E2. When the EOS 7D is used with the GP-E2 the following restrictions will apply: a) geotagging function will not work for movies while recording; b) geotagging features will not work for movies when using the Map Utility; c) electronic compass information and automatic time setting is not available; d) transmission via the hot shoe is not possible.
Data Records location information (longitude, latitude, elevation, direction, and universal coordinated time (UTC)) as EXIF information to images when shooting
Attachment Method Attaches to camera's USB port, hot-shoe or Digital terminal
Frequency Reception: 1575.42 MHz (L1 band)
Positioning Intervals: Every 1, 5, 10, 15, or 30 sec, or every 1, 2, or 5 min
Reception Satellite:
Shown on the GPS indicator (red)
Before signal acquisition: Fast blinking
Signal acquired: Slow blinking
Compass Direction-calculated using a triaxial geomagnetic sensor and triaxial acceleration sensor
Logging Intervals: Every 1, 5, 10, 15, or 30 sec, or every 1, 2, or 5 min
Log File Format: NMEA-0813
File Usage:
Images can be geotagged using Map Utility with log files
Log files can be converted to KMZ files using Map Utility. Routes the camera has traveled can be viewed in Google Earth or other map software by loading the KMZ files
Modes Power Switch set to On: Location information (latitude, longitude, altitude, direction, and UTC time) is automatically added to images as EXIF information when taking pictures
Power Switch set to LOG:
Location information (latitude, longitude, altitude, and UTC time) is recorded on GPS Receiver GP-E2 at the specified interval
Location information (latitude, longitude, altitude, direction, and UTC time) is automatically added to images as EXIF information when taking pictures
Connected to a Computer:
Supports the following operations when GPS Receiver GP-E2 is connected to a computer and Map Utility is used to access GPS Receiver GP-E2's log files:
Import logs to the computer
Delete logs
Manually geotag shots without GPS information by adding location information (latitude, longitude, altitude, and UTC time) to image as EXIF information
View a route of where the camera has traveled on a map
Produce KMZ files from log files
Update EOS 7D firmware
Time Set GPS time data on the camera (requires signal acquisition from 4 or more satellites)
Clock Precision:
High-precision time adjustment: ±TBA sec
Margin of error relative to UTC time
High-precision time adjustment is only available for EOS-1D series cameras (EOS-1D X or later)
Normal time adjustment: ±1 sec
Updating Interval:
Auto update: After satellite reception when the GPS Receiver is turned on
Immediate updating
Interface Hot shoe for direct connection to camera
Digital port for connection via dedicated interface cable
Transmission via cable used if GPS receiver is attached to hot shoe and connected via cable
Power Supply 1x AA LR6 alkaline battery
Battery life at each position update interval:
At normal temperature (73°F (23°C)):
1 sec: 10 hr
5 sec: 27 hr
10 sec: 37 hr
15 sec (default): 39 hr
30 sec: 39 hr
1 min: 54 hr
2 min: 63 hr
5 min: 92 hr
Battery Check: Indicated by the battery check lamp (red)
Level OK: Slow blinking
Low battery: Fast blinking
Replace battery: Off
Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
Operating Humidity 85% or less
Dimensions (W x H x D) Approx. 2.1 x 2.9 x 1.7" (5.43 x 7.29 x 4.42 cm)
Weight Approx. 2.86 oz (81 g)
Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2
  • Storage Case
  • Carrying Case
  • 9.8" / 25 cm Cable
  • 4.9' / 1.5 m Cable
  • Software Disc
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
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    CanonGPS Receiver GP-E2
     
    4.3

    (based on 84 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (48)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (25)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (7)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (0)

    • 1 Stars

       

      (4)

    93%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Easy to use (74)
    • Lightweight (36)
    • Reliable (29)
    • Durable (23)
    • Well made (18)

    Cons

    • Heavy / bulky (10)
    • Poor design (4)
    • Pricey / poor value (4)

    Best Uses

    • Travel (67)
    • Landscape photography (30)
    • Adventure (11)
    • Everyday (11)
    • Landscape/scenery (8)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Enthusiast (26), Semi-professional (18), Professional (9), Photo enthusiast (7), Power user (7)
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (73), Yes (3)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Functional and pretty cool.

    So after 128 days of waiting, I finally got one and am happy that it is here. The device is roughly the length and width of the LCD screen on the back of my...Read complete review

    So after 128 days of waiting, I finally got one and am happy that it is here. The device is roughly the length and width of the LCD screen on the back of my 5DIII, and at it's thinnest point about half and inch and at its thickest point (where it connects to the hotshoe) it is roughly an inch. It comes with a solid case made of ballistic nylon for the unit itself, and another microfiber pouch is included that can hold the receiver itself along with the cables. Unfortunately, it did not come with a battery so I had to make a run to ABC for a pack of AAs.Use is super easy. After installing the battery, I just snapped it on to the hotshoe of my 5DIII and flicked the switch to on. I was cruising through the tall buildings of Waikiki Beach and it acquired a signal in a snap. The on screen soft menu for the receiver is in the 2nd page of the setup menu. It includes an auto update to the time function, sampling rate settings, and a digital compass setting. All very straight forward. All you do from there is verify the GPS icon is on the top LCD and shoot away.After I shot about 50 test shots I headed home and uploaded to Aperture 3. With no deviation to my normal routine I transferred all the shots from the camera and viola! Each shot had a GPS location embedded as meta data.I realize there are many way to accomplish this task, however, this gizmo made it super easy. If you've got the cash, pull the trigger, it's a cool and nice convenience if you want GPS data tagged on your images.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Shouldn't it come with this?

    Alright... It does what it says it would do. It logs your path and it geotags pictures. It really does that brilliantly. I slipped onto my 5D MKIII hot shoe and the...Read complete review

    Alright... It does what it says it would do. It logs your path and it geotags pictures. It really does that brilliantly. I slipped onto my 5D MKIII hot shoe and the pictures are recorded with location, elevation, and direction the camera was facing. I put in in my pocket in log mode, went for a walk with my SX50 HS and it perfectly geotagged all the pictures I took (after a little computer work). Pro's: -- Works perfectly as advertised. Geotags pictures. -- Reasonable battery life. I don't know exactly how long the battery lasts simply because I haven't had to replace it. It's at least 6 or 7 hours.-- Speaking of batteries, runs on one AA dry cell. They're available everywhere and take less than 30 seconds to swap.-- Comes with great documentation and a very nice case. -- Seems to be reasonably accurate. I'm not looking for perfect location tagging but I would like to know roughly where the picture was taken. It does that.-- Nice mapping software. Not too fancy but does a nice job of showing you where you took your snapshot. -- Typical Canon quality. Very well builtCons: Takes up the only place on my camera that will talk to the flash - the hot shoe. It's either the GPS or flash. Not both. -- My phone came with a GPS and a .99c app does the same logging.Conclusion:It's a very nice GPS chip, a AA battery (not included), and a hot shoe mount in a grey box and it all interfaces well, directly or indirectly, with my Canon cameras. I am, however, left wondering why this isn't all but free and built into a camera as new as the 5D MKIII.I guess I'd recommend it to a friend... but it'd come with reservations.

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    4.0

    Just got it and pleased so far

    By Dan

    from Massachusetts

    About Me Semi-pro Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Accuracy
    • Compact
    • Easy to Use
    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Cost

    Best Uses

    • Landscape/Scenery
    • Travel
    • Wildlife Photos

    Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

    I purchased this GPS for a trip to Angkor Wat and I want to document the location and direction of all the shots. That is most important to me. I fully researched this item prior to purchase. When it arrived it was on my camera and in test within minutes. Setup was a snap. I took several shots to see how well this GPS would do. I must say I was quite impressed. The locations of the shot on the maps were accurate within a couple feet!
    The pros:
    - Reasonable size and profile when mounted on camera.
    - Easy to get started and use
    - Very accurate on the location
    The cons:
    - The cost - I would have had this a long time but man that's a lot of money

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    • No

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    5.0

    Phemenal gps

    By Jsk

    from Wisconsin

    Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

    Made many trips around the world. As my age progresses my memory declines. I look at old pictures and some I can no longer I'd where they were taken. This device works on and off my camera. No longer guessing where the pic were taken. The added bonus is its ability to track how I got there and returned. It is pricey but what camera gadget isn't.

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    5.0

    Great gift

    By Azernot

    from Phoenix, AZ

    About Me Semi-pro Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Good Video Quality

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Family Photos
      • Sports/Action
      • Travel
      • Weddings/Events
      • Work

      Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

      I purchased this for a friend and they love it. They use it on their camera everyday and love how it lets them know where and when they took the picture.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • Yes

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      4.0

      Great for Trekking

      By Klinie

      from Texas

      Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

      Can be used off the camera as well as on it. Never had so much information about my photos.

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      5.0

      Very good product

      By Mr Old

      from France

      Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

      Very good product
      Geotagging works perfectly as a simple iPhone
      All new collected details appear in iPhoto
      In addition the log Fonction allow you to follow your track on several days. Autonomy is good 1,5 LR6 in 5 days!
      However map utility needed to follow the log files and review the trip didn't work on iMac
      But on a PC it was ok!!!!
      Enjoy!

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      4.0

      Just What I Needed

      By augphoto

      from Greenwood, SC

      About Me Photo Enthusiast

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Compact
      • Easy to Use
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Landscape/Scenery
        • Sports/Action
        • Travel
        • Wildlife Photos

        Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

        After a couple of years of manually adding GPS data this item is a Godsend. Install batteries, attach it, turn it on and forget about it. Really, it's that simple. My workload has now decreased significantly! I understand this is useless for those that don't care about GPS coordinates but if you do - it's priceless.

        I have not used the tracking feature yet and though I thought I would need or want this feature, I now find it unnecessary. The tagging of each photo is more than enough for me.

        As, far as the battery usage, I am on the originals after extensive use. This is on the most precise setting by the way.

        Some have complained about the size of the receiver, not me. The size and weight are no bother to me at all. When compared to Nikon's much smaller version I will choose this one any day because Nikon shrunk there's by eliminating the battery. No thanks. I will take a larger battery-design instead of eating valuable camera juice.

        Why not 5 stars - well I could mention price but I guess we've come to expect this from Canon. No, my only fault with the unit is that it mounts to the flash shoe. Sometimes we just need on on-camera flash or flash transmitter. With that said, it does come with cables so that it can be used without the shoe. Oh, I also don't like the contorting one must do with the camera in order to adjust it for recording direction. There is probably no other way, however.

        If you don't care about geo-tagging your images you shouldn't even be reading here. If you do like geo-tagging and own the right camera(s) do yourself a favor and get this unit.

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        5.0

        GPS GP-E2 for Canon 5D Mk3 etc.

        By psa

        from Mountain View,, CA

        About Me Photo Enthusiast

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy to Use

        Cons

        • Bulky

        Best Uses

        • Landscape/Scenery
        • Sports/Action
        • Wildlife Photos

        Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

        Very handy addition to DSLR, to write GPS into images exifdata. Easy to use, just place batteries and plug in to camera hotshoe (Canon 5d mk3).

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        • No

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        3.0

        Works as Advertised, Sort of

        By Barry

        from Edmonton, AB

        About Me Semi-pro Photographer

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Compact
        • Easy to Use
        • Lightweight

        Cons

        • Location Data Eratic

        Best Uses

        • Landscape/Scenery
        • Travel
        • Wildlife Photos

        Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

        Mounted on 5D mk III and on T4i and works as intended. Controlled through the menu on the camera or via PC app.

        Location tracking is good when out in the open, but has issues when you get closer to buildings.

        Status will indicate that GPS is locked onto satellites, but stored location can be several blocks away on one sample and then a couple blocks off in another direction on the next.

        Direction info is magnetic north, not true north. It should be able to automatically compensate to show true north as other GPS devices all do.

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        • No

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        5.0

        GPS in China

        By Sandrewb

        from Calgary, AB Canada

        About Me Semi-pro Photographer

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Compact
        • Easy to Use
        • Lightweight

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Travel

          Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

          I bought this specifically for my 70D and my trip to China and it worked flawlessly. I was on a river cruise on the Yangtze river and even got GPS positions on the Lesser three gorges with cliffs 300 ft high on either side. The unit was even cheaper to purchase through B&H than getting it locally here in Canada. Great unit doesn't have a single drawback.

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          • No

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          4.0

          Good device, wish it was built in though

          By mbs

          from Michigan

          About Me Pro Photographer

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Compact
          • Easy to Use
          • Lightweight

          Cons

          • A little pricey
          • Should Be Built In
          • Uses Hot Shoe

          Best Uses

          • Landscape/Scenery
          • Travel
          • Wildlife Photos

          Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

          Overall works as advertised, light, smallish and long battery life.

          I like the overall size but I wish the feature was built into the camera. Phone makers seem to be able to fit it in a much smaller device. An even smaller external device that didn't have to use the hot shoe would be better.

          Functions well if no obstruction overhead. There is a significant lag before the first GPS connection is made but once found, the subsequent attempts are shorter (less than a min). It does help to angle the device toward the sky as per the manual when first syncing.

          Use caution with all GPS devices. Some places should remain sacred :)

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          5.0

          It

          By Dan Dill

          from Boston, MA, USA

          About Me Photo Enthusiast

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Compact
          • Easy to Use
          • Lightweight

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Landscape/Scenery
            • Travel

            Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

            On Canon 5D3, I was concerned it would be too bulky. But it seems sized well. I inserted the battery, snapped it into the hot shoe, and it "just works" to write longitude, latitude, altitude, and direction into the .CR2 file metadata. Much more convenient than a separate GPS logger.

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            4.0

            Very easy to use and convenient

            By Accrue

            from Calgary, AB

            About Me Semi-pro Photographer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Compact
            • Durable
            • Easy to Use
            • Lightweight

            Cons

            • Costs Too Much

            Best Uses

            • Landscape/Scenery
            • Travel
            • Wildlife Photos

            Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

            This is so much easier than the bluetooth GPS I used with my 5Dm2. You just connect to the hot shoe and you are done. This is as easy as it gets and small enough to carry in my bag all the time.

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            • No

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            4.0

            Canon GP-E2

            By bpipebob

            from Jacksonville, Florida

            About Me Photo Enthusiast

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy to Use
            • Good Battery Life
            • Small / Compact

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Travel

              Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

              I purchased this item for my EOS 5D Mark III as I am goinmg to traveling across central Europe on a river cruise. I sure would like to know where the pictures were taken. The instructions are clear and the results correlated well with my other GPS devices. Easy and fun to use.

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              • No

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              5.0

              Better then I thought

              By JC918

              from Tulsa Oklahoma

              About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy to Use
              • Good Battery Life

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Macro Photography
                • Sports/Action
                • Travel
                • Wildlife photos

                Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

                I was on the fence about this. Didn't know if I would really use it much but I love this. I chase storms and with having to drive and go I some times forget where I took my shot with this that will never happen.

                The build quality is really good and it's not too big mounted on the hot shoe. I have found a few places will auto load the gps data 500px & flickr. Zenfolio and Facebook do not but you can always manually input the data. It's easy to use if you own a 5D Mark III buy this.

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                4.0

                Good update

                By Photo Sim

                from Washington State

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Easy to Use

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

                    Upgraded to the 5d mark iii from the mark ii. With the mark ii we used a wireless file transmitter with a GPS attached to geotag our photos. This new GP-E2 combined with the Mark iii is a great replacement for our old rig. Thumbs up!!
                    CK

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                    5.0

                    Where was that Photograph Taken ?

                    By Newheart2008

                    from Charlotte, NC

                    About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Ease Of Operation
                    • Easy to Use
                    • Small / Compact

                    Cons

                    • Short Battery Life

                    Best Uses

                    • Travel
                    • Wildlife photos

                    Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

                    How many times have you looked through your portfolio and said " Man, I wish I could remember where that was taken "? We do a lot of old barns, abandoned buildings, waterfalls, etc., and this is the tool to answer that question. Many times you may want to shoot at the same location again during different seasons and need to know how to get there. This thing is a lightweight piece that fits right on the hotshoe and encodes your EXIF data with everything needed to cruise right back to the spot the picture was taken. ( even which way you were facing ). Interfaces with all mapping software and easy to set up in the camera settings. Only three negatives on this one: A little too expensive as is true with all Canon gear, Battery Life could be longer, and it takes a little getting use to having something on the hotshoe all the time. Have used it about two weeks and love it.

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                    • No

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                    5.0

                    Just what I wanted

                    By Marc

                    from STL

                    About Me Photo Enthusiast

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Easy to Use
                    • Good Battery Life
                    • Small / Compact

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Travel
                      • Wildlife photos

                      Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

                      This is an awesome accessory if you have a 5d3. It worked perfectly right out of the box. If you don't have a 5d3 or 1dx, then it's probably not worth it considering that you have to use a cable to make it work with any other camera.

                      After reading some of the reviews, I was expecting it to be bigger than what it is. I actually think that the size is just fine. But then again, I'm used to having my 580 flash on the hotshoe. And this, by comparison, is really small.

                      I tested out the battery life... With it set to every 5 seconds, which is what I would recommend, it was on for over 36 hours before the battery light started flashing fast, indicating that the battery was low. And this was when it was inside my house, so it wasn't necessarily getting the best satellite signal.

                      If you're into geotagging your photos, and want to do it with the least number of steps, and you have a 5d3 or 1dx, then this is the device for you.

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                      5.0

                      Here is where I took this photo

                      By photoguy

                      from St Louis, MO

                      About Me Pro Photographer

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Easy to Use
                      • Good Battery Life

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Travel
                        • Wildlife photos

                        Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

                        This is so easy to use and works well with Lightroom

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                        • No

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                        5.0

                        Great Utility

                        By mikek

                        from Newnan, GA

                        About Me Photo Enthusiast

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • Easy to Use
                        • Good Battery Life
                        • Small / Compact

                        Cons

                          Best Uses

                          • Travel
                          • Wildlife photos

                          Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

                          I like to geotag my photos, and having an external GPS receiver is great because it doesn't use the camera's battery. I have a Canon 6D, and the battery drains pretty quick when using it with GPS on; however it lasts a lot longer when I use this device which is externally powered. It also works great on a camera with no GPS, such as the 70D.

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                          5.0

                          Works very well

                          By Haucke

                          from Dallas TX

                          About Me Photo Enthusiast

                          Verified Buyer

                          Pros

                          • Easy to Use

                          Cons

                            Best Uses

                            • Travel
                            • Wildlife photos

                            Comments about Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2:

                            Not as obtrusive as I expected.

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