TYPE Type GPS receiver Compatible cameras
GPS Receiver GP-E2 Specification Sheet TYPE Type Compatible cameras GPS receiver Automatic geotagging when shooting supported by Canon EOS 5D Mark III and EOS-1D X and later cameras (7D: supported with a firmware update) Manual geotagging after shooting (from logging information) supported by all EOS digital cameras Location information Reception frequency Latitude, longitude, altitude, and time (UTC) Positioning interval Satellite reception Every 1, 5, 10, 15, or 30 seconds, or every 1, 2, or 5 minutes Shown on the GPS indicator (red) Before signal acquisition: Fast blinking Signal acquired: Slow blinking Not supported GPS Self contained navigation 1575.42 MHz (L1 band)1 Digital Compass Type Direction positioning interval Calibration Direction calculated using a triaxial geomagnetic sensor and triaxial acceleration sensor2 Constant positioning Supported Logging Logging interval Log file format File creation interval Memory level display Every 1, 5, 10, 15, or 30 seconds, or every 1, 2, or 5 minutes NMEA-0813 One file per day File usage Images can be geotagged using Map Utility with log files. Log files can be converted to KMZ files using Map Utility. Routes the camera has travelled can be viewed in Google Earth or other map software by loading the KMZ files. None 3 GPS Modes Power switch set to <ON> Location information (latitude, longitude, altitude, direction, and UTC time) is automatically added to images Exif information when taking pictures. Power switch set to <LOG> Location information (latitude, longitude, altitude, and UTC time) is (logging mode) recorded on GPS Receiver GP-E2 at the specified interval. Location information (latitude, longitude, altitude, direction, and UTC time) is automatically added to images Exif information when taking pictures. Connected to a computer Supports the following operations when GPS Receiver GP-E2 is connected to a computer and Map Utility is used to access GPS Receiver GP-E2 log files. Import logs to the computer Delete logs Manually geotag shots without GPS information by adding location information (latitude, longitude, altitude, and UTC time) to image Exif information View a route of where the camera has travelled on a map Produce KMZ files from log files Update GPS Receiver GP-E2 firmware Time adjustment Type Set GPS time data on the camera4,2 Clock precision High-precision time adjustment: ±0.2 sec. Normal time adjustment: ±1 sec. Auto update: After satellite reception when GPS Receiver GP-E2 is turned on Immediate updating Updating Interval 5 Interface Hotshoe Digital Port For direct camera connection Power supply Power switch Battery life (continuous positioning) Off/On/Logging One AA/LR6 alkaline battery Approx. 92 hours with postioning interval set to 5minutes Battery check Indicated by the battery check lamp (red) Level OK: Slow blinking Low battery: Fast blinking Replace battery: Off For connection via dedicated interface cable to USB port6 POWER SUPPLY PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS Colour Dimensions Weight Operating Environment RELATED PRODUCTS Accessories Black 54 x 73 x 44mm Approx. 81g 0 – 45 °C, 85% or less humidity Storage case, Interface cables, Soft case, Map Utility All data is based on Canon standard testing methods except where indicated Subject to change without notice  L1 band: Frequency allocated for civilian use. Other frequencies include the L2 band (military use) and L5 band (highprecision civilian use)  Not compatible with EOS 7D even with firmware update  When memory is full, older data is overwritten with new data.  Requires signal acquisition from four or more satellites  Margin of error relative to UTC time. High-precision time adjustment is only available for EOS-1D X  Transmission via cable is used if GPS Receiver GP-E2 is attached to the hot shoe and connected by cable.
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