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Build your own Nikon D200 geotagger for under $100

Nilay Patel
02.27.08
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While we wait patiently for camera manufacturers to realize that geotagging is a much more compelling feature than yet another megapixel, we'll be building this DIY GPS attachment for the Nikon D200 instead. Just like the $400 GeoPic II, the box is based on a SiRF Star III chip, but since you're building it yourself, you'll wind up shelling out less than $100. While you'll need a steady hand and a bit of soldering skill, it doesn't look too hard to put together -- so what are you waiting for? Instructions at the read link.

[Via Make and hack a day]

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