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Mark Peters : December 15th 2008 - 21:00 CET

GPS review ATP Photo Finder Mini


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ATPATP GPS review at LetsGoMobile : The Photo Finder Mini is the newest GPS receiver from ATP. This photo tracker will bring geotagging to a hole new level, if we may believe ATP. With the use of geotagging, GPS information of your pictures can be gathered and stored. In other words: where and when did you take a picture? Afterwards, the geographic locations of where exactly the pictures were captured can be viewed online. And the ATP GPS Photo Finder Mini takes things one step further: also the route you took can be stored, and viewed through Google Earth afterwards.

• Read the full ATP GPS review at LetsGoMobile.
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If the many operating elements that are currently found on products tend to worry you, then the GPS Photo Finder Mini will be a godsend, and you can leave all your concerns at home. This photo tracker namely carries only one button. It serves to turn the GPS data logger on and off. The status indication of the device is offered by using LED lamps, which means the poorly-readable monitor of the Photo Finder that was tested earlier has been removed entirely. If the device is turned on, a red LED lamp will light up and by keeping the button depressed, it will turn to green; a sign to indicate that the GPS signal is being retrieved.

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LetsGoMobile says: "Once on the road, I regularly checked the LED status indicators to see if the GPS tracker was actually storing data. Since the yellow indicator only blinks twice every minute when data is being written onto the memory card, you feel kind of insecure as to whether or not the device is actually storing something. The built-in SIFIII GPS antenna is able to connect to a maximum of 20 satellites at the same time, and is supposed to be precise up to 25 meters. In practice, I did not encounter any problem to obtain and maintain connection with the GPS signal; even in a woody environment, the ATP Photo Finder Mini is able to receive sufficient GPS signal. " Read the full GPS review at LetsGoMobile.

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