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Columbus V-900 GPS Voice Photo Data Logger Review

In this review Peter Carey gives a breakdown of the Columbus V-900 GPS Data Logger and his impressions based on real world testing.

IMG_8841 Light as a feather and slimmer than most cell phones, the Columbus V-900 GPS Data Logger touts a plethora of features in a complete package.  The unit is tiny for a GPS receiver by any standard and packs the following highlights:

  • Voice tagging capabilities!
  • Expandable micro-SD card slot (comes with 1GB card)
  • Bluetooth Connectivity for mobile devices
  • Long Duration 24 hour internal battery in logging mode
  • Over speed alarm
  • Java based tagging program works on MAC, PC and Linux

And more!  With a 2GB card, the unit can record up to 2.5 million track points.  It comes with software to geocode photos as well as create Google kzm and klm files to share your experience.  Let’s jump right into a real world test case with this exciting, dinky unit.

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Peter West Carey
Peter West Carey

leads photo tours and workshops in Nepal, Bhutan, Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles and beyond. He is also the creator of Photography Basics – A 43 Day Adventure & 40 Photography Experiments, web-based tutorials taking curious photographers on a fun ride through the basics of learning photography.

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