Geotagging Camera with HD Video - GE E1050
GE is coming out with with a new GPS equipped camera that will allow you to geotag all of your photos. The new camera, the E1050 will automatically goe-encode your pictures with location information as long as it is able to grab a GPS signal, which will cover most outdoor situations and if my experience with GPS receivers using high sensitivity chips, many indoor situations too (single floor woodframe houses). The camera will also come equipped with a couple of other cool features:
- Smile and Blink detection - If people blinked, it will automatically warn you after the shot.
- HD video recording - It will record in 720P at 30 frames per second and will plug into your HDMI equipped TV without any dock.
It's a 10 MP camera and it's going to be available this spring for about $250 list price.
Via Yahoo! Tech
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Posted by Scott Martin at January 29, 2008 7:58 AM
The GE E1050 does NOT have built in GPS receiver. Only GPS tagging ability support, like the Nikon D300, and others. You will still need to buy the GPS receiver. The Nikon D300 isn't the same category camera, but it supports normal GPS units. I am guessing you will have to buy a special GPS unit for use with the GE E1050 camera. Maybe not. Now if it was built in, this camera would really be an amazing pocket camera!