The Camera Knows Where you are!

* Automatic Geo-Tags * Shooting Direction * Photo Navigation * Traking Log Playback

Record Your Vantage Point

Automatic GEO Tags

GPS embeds geo tags displaying latitude and longitude or place names for photo and video images, creating an accurate record of where each photo was taken.

Get Your Bearings with Electronic Compass

Shooting Direction

When you take a photo, the built-in compass displays the direction the camera is pointing as the picture is taken. In playback mode, the compass indicates the orientation of the camera, helping you pinpoint the exact location where the photo was shot.

GPS Navigation Helps You Find That Primo Spot

Photo Navigation

On-board GPS displays the distance and direction from your current location to the place where tagged photos were taken. Just follow on-screen guidance to find your way back to that primo spot...

Track Your Fishing Trip

Tracking Log Playback

GPS tags trace your travels on the camera's LCD screen. When you get back to your PC, you can create a photo-illustrated trip log on Google Map™ using MyFinePix Studio software.*3

  • *3 Included with camera

Route Logging with MyFinePix Studio

GPS tags generated in a log file can be displayed on Google Maps™ to plot your route on a PC running MyFinePix Studio software.

  • * MyFinePix Studio is required to be updated through Internet to use this function.

Reflect Back to Your Memories by Using GPS Information with MyFinePix Studio

Image Search by Landmark and Cities

Search for and select photos according to the place names embedded in their GPS tags, making it easy to sort and display photos from specific locations.


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This service uses POI (Points Of Interest) of ZENRIN CO., LTD.
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  • * Sample photos are simulated images.
  • * Geo tags are not embedded in images taken underwater.