Check out the the newest rugged GPS camera with compass - the Nikon COOLPIX AW110! Order the new GPS-Photo Pro 6009 package and map your photos from Nikon's lightweight, rugged point-and-shoot GPS camera with built-in compass! Waterproof, freezeproof and shockproof ... with WiFi!
The GPS-Photo Pro 6009 packages includes:
- The new Nikon COOLPIX AW110 digital GPS camera with compass
- 8GB SD card
- Soft camera bag
- Extra battery
- USB cable, neck strap, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, battery charger, filter attachment, instruction manual, and NikonView NX 2 CD
- GPS-Photo Link: GIS Pro Series photo mapping software
Nikon COOLPIX AW110
The Nikon COOLPIX AW110 is water-proof, shock-proof and freeze-proof - fully ruggedized for field data collection. With the built in GPS and compass, geotagging your photos has never been easier. And now with WiFi, automatically upload your photos for processing in GPS-Photo Link.
Add a 3-inch monitor, Action Control for easily adjusting settings when wearing gloves plus a range of in-camera special effects, and you've got a camera that your field crews will love to use. It packs a 5x Zoom-NIKKOR ED glass lens and a 16.0-MP CMOS sensor to record low-light and fast-action photos and Full HD (1080p) movies. Collect your geotagged photos to meet compliance requirements, effectively capture
project data, and capitalize on new business opportunities.
So you have a GPS location associated with your photo …. now what? GPS-Photo Link is software that maps your photos. Use the PC-based software to accurately map photographs for display on a digital map layer such as Google Earth. GIS Pro series includes ArcGIS toolbar and geodatabase integration. The Express series does not include ArcGIS or advanced datum (UTM, etc.)
Create customizable watermarked photos. Generate customizable reports in MS Word, Adobe .pdf or html formats. Perform advanced analysis in ArcGIS (GIS Pro version only). Share the geotagged photos, data, and maps between organizations. Since 2001, thousands of mapping professionals have been using GPS-Photo Link.