Summary: I've had the GPS-CS1 for years, and it works great. I've traveled quite a bit, and I think it's a blast to geotag my images, and then be able to look at them on a map later. It does take a bit of work to get the images "synced" up correctly, but once you do, you'll be able to see exactly where your images were taken. If I'm wearing a backpack, I always clip it to the top of it, turn it on, and don't think about it until the end of the day.
Summary: I attach this GPS receiver to the strap of my camera bag using the supplied carrier. After turning on, it'll find the satellites after about 5 minutes of searching (compared to a Garmin Nuvi, which takes about 30 seconds, if it's still in the same general area as it was when it got the last fix).
Summary: I've used this for a couple of travel shoots, and it works great in those capacities. It gets a good lock on satellites in the first couple of minutes, and has very good battery life. The unit writes to a standard log file that works in most 3rd party geotagging applications. Unfortunately, I've found it impossible to get a signal lock when used indoors, even when positioned near an open window with good sky view.
Summary: I use this this product when I travel with friends for a photoshoot. It's quite compact and has decent battery life. The software that comes with it is simple and easy to use. Though not as accurate as I was expecting it to be, it's still worth it.
Pros: Compact, Easy To Set Up, Long Battery Life, Simple Controls, Strong Construction
Summary: Solch eine Frage stellen sich recht viele ziemlich häufig, wenn man seine digitalen Fotos nach dem Urlaub ordnet. Natürlich erinnert man sich, sofern man nicht gerade dement ist, noch an das Reiseland, die Stadt, aber die exakte Straße, in der man spontan auf den Auslöser drückte, um die Straßenszene digital und dauerhaft festzuhalten ?
Pros: einfach zu bedienen
Cons: ein zu simples Gerät ohne Features, schwächelnde Software