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The GP-N100 is an optional accessory GPS unit for use with the Nikon 1 V1 and V2. It attaches to the camera's hot shoe.
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Compact, quick and accurate Really like this GPS unit. Have used two other GPS units and this one is the quickest to be ready and with my Aperture 3 program it shows excellent location using Google maps. The unit is appropriately sized for the camera. As a person who takes many travel and 'off road' photos I am really pleased to have this unit and would buy it again and willingly recommend it to others. May 12, 2013
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Is this product works with Nikon DSLR camera such as D700?

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This is only compatible with the new NIKON 1 V1. You need the GP-1 GPS unit.
 
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Does the GPS unit work with aMac?

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The GPS GP-N100 is compatible with the NIKON 1 V1 and the camera is compatible with MAC OS.
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How do you load aGPS data into the GP-N100 via a Mac

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I have a MacBook running OS X Lion. How do I load aGPS data into the GP-N100 from my Mac?
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The GPS data is recorded in the metadata of photos or movies only.
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What is the purpose of the USB interface?

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Data and software downloads from a computer
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I need information about how to get GP-N100 to work. I mean how to retrieve the information about location, etc.

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Refer to page 66-68 of the V1 manual and 76-78 of the V2 manual.
The light on top of the GP-N100 blinks Red when searching for satellite signal, and Green when satellite signal is acquired.

GPS Position information can be view in the setup menu. While the GPS is connected to the camera, Press the menu button> Select the Wrench (setup)>> Select GPS>> Select Position.

When you take a picture while the position information is available, the GPS information is recorded to the image metadata. You can view this information in a picture software such a Nikon View NX 2 and click on the map icon at the top of the sofware to launch the map which will show the location that the pictures were shot.

More information about Nikon GPS is explained in the link below:
http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Learn-An...
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