Geotagging Images as you Shoot.

Article ID: ART173344 | Date published: 01/11/2019 | Date last updated: 01/11/2019


Geotagging Images as you Shoot.


Geotagging Images When You Shoot
Your shots can be geotagged using GPS information (such as latitude, longitude, and elevation) from a smartphone connected via Bluetooth.
1. Start Camera Connect.
  • Keep the smartphone running Camera Connect within arm's reach.
2. Turn on GPS.
  • Choose  menu > [GPS settings].
  • In [GPS via mobile], choose [Enable].
  • On the smartphone, activate location services.
3. Shoot.
  • Before shooting, confirm that  and  icons are shown on the camera. If the icons are not shown, press the  button repeatedly.
  • Your shots are now geotagged.
  • From now on, shots you take with Camera Connect running will be geotagged.
Checking Location Information
  • Switch to "Detailed Information Display 2" to view GPS information in geotagged images.
  • The date and time of UTC is essentially the same as Greenwich Mean Time.
  • Using the Map Utility program, you can display the location information on a map.
  • The GPS information added to your movie is acquired initially when you start recording.
  • Shots may not be geotagged immediately after the camera is turned on.
  • Others may be able to locate or identify you by using location data in your geotagged still images or movies. Be careful when sharing these images with others, as when posting images online where many others can view them.

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