Summary: Needs wide open space to register location quickly. Sometimes has difficulty in built up areas. Having said that, other cameras I've used in the past with GPS built in had the same problem.Price is too high but unit is very useful for travellers.
Summary: Nikon really should have been integrating GPS into their DSLRs long before now. This is a very expensive accessory that is only marginally better value than the grossly overpriced MC-35 GPS Adapter cable that I used to use with a separate handheld GPS.
Summary: Great gadget if you struggle to remember exactly where you took a particular shot, especially if you're shooting a lot in an unfamiliar place. Battery drain is an issue if you leave it powered up all the time (as I do) but it does mean you don't need to wait for it to get a satellite fix.
Summary: I found this product so much fast and more robust than the cheaper versions. Also the positioning information was more accurate.The GP1-CL1 Strap Adapter was however not as robust or flexible for fitting.
Pros: Durable, Easy To Use, Improves Product Function, Lightweight
Summary: THis is a fantastic accessory to have for your camera especially if you do a lot of travelling. I travel alot and so far its been great to see where I have taken some of my wildlife photos. You can also track your path on where you have been.
Pros: Easy To Use, Improves Product Function, Lightweight
Summary: I try to use this GPS on the D90. After repeated attempts to startup from 'cold' resulting in endless delays in obtaining a position I discovered the connection to the D90 is very loose fitting.
Summary: Adds about 5 seconds to the lag between seeing a picture and being able to take the picture with the coordinates in EXIF if you keep the camera in standby and can be up to 45 seconds if turning the camera on each time to take a picture