Canon GP-E2 GPS Receiver
Features Highlight - Hotshoe mounted GPS Receiver dedicated for EOS DSLR Cameras - Append location information and UTC Time to photos EXIF - Supports GPS logger function - A built-in electronic compass to record camera’s direction - Supports GPS Time Sync Function - Compact and lightweight design - Dust and water resistance# This hot-shoe mounted GPS Receiver GP-E2 for compatible EOS Digital SLR cameras can append location information (Longitude/Latitude/Altitude) and UTC time to EXIF and metadata of both images and video clips. It also features a built-in electronic compass to record camera’s direction during shooting. Powered by one size-AA battery, GP-E2 can be used as GPS logger independently to record location information continuously at set time interval, allowing easy tracking of shooting routes. When used with external Speedlite, GP-E2 can be mounted on Accessory Bracket AB-E1 (sold separately) and connected to the camera via USB cable. Designed with high level of dust and water resistance#, GP-E2 is reliable to use when shooting outdoors. Compatibility of GP-E2 with EOS Digital CamerasFunctions of GP-E2EOS-1D XEOS 5D Mark IIIEOS 7D3EOS Digital SLR camera before 2012Geotagging Images???1-Matching location information by Map Utility???1?1Adding shooting direction to images??--Time Synchronization from GPS time data??--Connected via hot shoe?2?2--Connected via cable??4?-cscart_ Available -: not availableLocation information cannot be added to movie files.Not available when using a flash (incl. built-in flash).Firmware update required when used with GP-E2.Not able to use with Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E7D simultaneously. TypeTypeGPS receiverCompatible camerasEOS DIGITAL cameras* Cameras with [GPS device settings] menu item: Allfeatures available* Cameras without [GPS device settings] menu item:<LOG> mode availableGPSGeotagging ImagesLatitude, longitude, elevation, direction, time(UTC) and signal acquisition* GPS-compatible cameras: Can be tagged duringshooting (EOS 7D does not support tagging theshooting direction)* Other cameras: Map Utility (provided software) canbe used for geotagging, based on log informationReception frequency1575.42 MHz (L1 band)Positioning Interval1, 5, 10, 15, or 30 seconds, or1, 2, or 5 minutesLogging modeNMEA-0813One file per dayTime adjustmentCamera time can be set from GPS time dataDigital CompassDigital compassTriaxial geomagnetic sensor and triaxialacceleration sensor used to calculate directionInterfaceHot ShoeFor direct camera connectionDIGITAL portFor connection via dedicated interface cablePower SupplyBatteryOne Size-AA/LR6 alkaline battery(NiMH and Li-ion batteries supported)Dimensions & WeightDimensions (W x H x D)54.3 x 72.9 x 44.2 mmWeight (Approx.)Approx. 81g (excluding battery)Operating EnvironmentWorking temperature range0°C- 40°CWorking humidity:85% or lessAll the specifications above are based on Canon's testing standards. The product's specifications and physical appearance are subject to change without notice.