I am new to this form and find it very interesting. I have a new D60 and love it. I would like to be able to connect my Garmin Etrex Legend C to it. I looked through some of the accessories and found a cord but it has a serial device for the GPS and mine has a small usb plug in the same as the camera. Could I just plug it in with a cord with two small USB ends? Thanks in advance for any and all replies Bryan
Welcome to Nikonians. Sorry but connecting 2 usb slave devices together doesn't work. Your only option to get GPS data into your photos is to take a waypoint every time you take a picture, then use software to insert the coordinates into your jpegs based on timestamp. There is software available so do some searching. Unfortunately no software works on raw files.
D200, D300, D2x, & D3 have an option to plug a GPS directly into the camera.
This program supports NEF raw files and JPG files.
I have my gps receiver on whilst shooting to record a tracklog, then I use gpsPhoto to add the gps data - it will even access the internet to find the town & country for the location and add it to the photo data.
I have been tagging all my pictures for the past year with it and then using jAlbum to put them on my website with google maps showing the picture location http://photo.wizgnome.com