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Nikon GP-1 - GPS receiver module

Nikon GP-1 - GPS receiver module
alaScore 75

14 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Satellite Receivers the Nikon GP-1 - GPS receiver module is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 75/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 14 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

User Reviews  

Showing 1 - 10 of 10 Show Reviews: in English | in other languages (2)

Consumer review by:

Works fairly well.

 

I have seen better ones and also worse.

Durable","Easy To Use","Lightweight

Consumer review by:

It\'s Great

 

Just tried it so far

Durable","Easy To Use","Lightweight","Reliable

Consumer review by:

Great way to geotag pictures

 

Works as expected. Startup time can be slow at times and has trouble indoors - but that is in the nature of GPS and the product can\'t be blamed for that. At least it gives good visual feedback if it has a signal (shows \'no signal\', \'weak\' and...

Easy To Use","Lightweight

No signal indoor","Slow startup

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Consumer review by:

Does exactly what it\'s supposed to

 

Grabs satellite positions fast enough on start up and very quickly on restart. To preserve battery, one MUST turn camera off when not in active use.

Good Customer Service","Good Product Support","Reliable

Consumer review by:

Does exactly what it's supposed to

 

Grabs satellite positions fast enough on start up and very quickly on restart. To preserve battery, one MUST turn camera off when not in active use.

Good Customer Service","Good Product Support","Reliable

Poor Mouse

Consumer review by:

Spot on!

 

The GPS unit on my Nikon D90 provides accurate place identification to within a foot or two with iPhoto '09. So far, it is a few yards off (usually to the north) in Adobe Lightroom 2 (with the same latitude and longitude numbers). These programs seem...

Does what it claims to do

Poor Mouse

Consumer review by:

Spot on!

 

The GPS unit on my Nikon D90 provides accurate place identification to within a foot or two with iPhoto \'09. So far, it is a few yards off (usually to the north) in Adobe Lightroom 2 (with the same latitude and longitude numbers). These programs seem...

Does what it claims to do

Consumer review by:

Does what you would expect

 

Great little GPS unit and works as advertised; however, there are a few tricks. If you move the unit across town it will take a few minutes to blink solid green. To prevent this when I am near my destination I will set my camera\'s metering timer to 5...

Durable","Easy To Use","Lightweight","Reliable

Consumer review by:

Works great

 

Pros: - accurate - convenient and simple to use - quick warm start-up (3 seconds or less) Cons: - on D90 the built-in cannot be opened and used while installed in the shoe (it can be attached to the strap, so not a major issue) - the cable is too long...

Easy To Use","Lightweight","Reliable

Poor Design

Consumer review by:

Works as advertised

 

Works great, takes a little time to acquire GPS signals. Typically the first time 1-2 minues. The unit fits into the camera shoe so the built-in flash is no longer useable. Has a clip if you want to attached to the camera straps. The connector on the...

Easy To Use","Reliable

Bulky

Product Specifications

The Nikon GP-1 CA10 is a 10-pin replacement cable for GP-1 GPS unit. It is for connection to the 10-pin remote terminal of supported cameras
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