ATP GPS review

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Ilse Jurrien
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ATP GPS receiver review

content type Review Mail the editor Posted by Ilse Jurrien
Monday, December 15th 2008 - 00:30 CET - Comments: 0
T he Taiwanese company ATP is mainly known for its flash memory products. However, in addition ATP also manufactures GPS devices. This photo tracker should lift geotagging to a completely new level, according to ATP. In other words: where and when did you take a picture? And the ATP GPS Photo Finder Mini takes things one step further: also the route you took can be stored, and viewed through Google Earth afterwards. We put it through thorough testing procedures to see whether or not the GPS Photo Finder Mini can actually live up to these expectations.

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ATP GPS review


ATP GPS docking station

The ATP GPS tracker sits firmly inside the docking station. The station is light, just like the GPS receiver. It does tend to cause you to easily push it aside unintentionally. The docking station of the ATP Photo Finder Mini is multifunctional. Naturally, it does what is expected from a docking station, namely recharging through the computer, that's why the station owns a USB cable. Besides that, it is also possible to insert the memory card of your digital camera into the docking station, and it doesn't matter whether it's a CF, SD, MMC or MS card. This allows you to add GPS information to the pictures. The docking station however, does require electricity, which restricts you somewhat in the location from where you can transfer GPS data.  




ATP GPS Photo Finder Mini review

Now that we have thoroughly studied the GPS tracker and all of its accessories, it's about time to take the GPS photo tracker and hit the road. First of all, you have to make sure the digital camera's time is set accurately. The GPS device does not require this. Make sure you take pictures in the JPEG format, since other formats are not supported by the ATP Photo Finder Mini. Want to know more about the GPS Photo Finder Mini? Read our full ATP GPS receiver review.

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