The SONY GPS-CS1 is a new device from Sony that will track your photographs via GPS and then let you create maps with your photos already loaded on them.
Clip the small GPS to your self or camera strap and the SONY GPS-CS1monitors and records your location and stores it. When you get back to your computer, assuming you have the correct time in your camera, you can use the included software to match up times in GPS and the photographs EXIF data.
[via travel gear blog]
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