Jobo has introduced a couple more new versions of its award-winning GPS receiver photoGPS, and before we continue, let us explain what the photoGPS is all about. This tiny GPS receiver is attached to the hot-shoe of a digital, where it will capture location information instantaneously and automatically with each shot you take. All geographical co-ordinates are translated automatically into real address data thanks to its included software, and this happens when you hook it up to a computer, where it will then tag all images with this information. The photoGPS 2 and the photoGPS 4 models will sport larger capacities compared to its predecessors, while coverage has been extended by increasing the number of streets by 23%, municipalities by 42% and POIs (points of interest) by 27%. Expect both models to hit the market at the end of this month, where the photoGPS 2 and photoGPS 4 will retail for €99 and €129, respectively.
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