Posted Wednesday, August 06, 2008
Accessory manufacturer Wolverine Digital has announced the Wolverine GEO, a $189 GPS receiver that adds location information to photos taken with certain Nikon and Fuji digital SLRs.
The GEO attaches to the flash shoe of the camera and draws power directly from the camera's battery. You can easily integrate "geotagged" photos into mapping programs, such as Google Earth. And if you're a fan of Flickr, the geotagging data are automatically uploaded when you add photos to Flickr.
According to the site, the GEO ships soon. I want one for my Nikon D200.