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November 20, 2007

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Gregor J. Rothfuss

What do you make of the new BT-Q1200? I found a review here: https://www.digitalreviews.net/reviews/navigation/qstarz-super-99-bluetooth-solar-gps-travel-recorder-rev.html

Richard Akerman

I think the Q1200 looks interesting, I've talked with Qstarz about getting one to review but I don't have one yet. GPSpassion.com said the antenna is a bit smaller (I guess since most of the surface is taken up by the solar panel) leading to reduced sensitivity compared with the Q1000.

https://www.gpspassion.com/fr/articles.asp?id=240

Benjamin

What information is recorded with the POI? I'm wondering if this could be used to (roughly) sync up a camera's time with the GPS's time. If the POI stores the time, then you could snap a picture at the start of your journey at the same time you hit the POI button. From this, you could get a rough offset.

Tools like https://geotag.sourceforge.net/ can take an offset b/w the camera and GPS to apply to photos for geotagging.

Thanks,
Benjamin

Martin Djernæs

I do not know about you, but Travel Recorder 4.1 (April 11, 2008) write incorrect GSP info to the image and the (Canon) maker notes are not correct after the GSP data is written!

Martin

Ferdausalamin

I just bought it. I'll post my experiences after using the device

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