I am entertaining this product for recording GPS coordinates on my raw files. Now that Lightroom 4 Beta has the Mapping feature, I am even more excited to start geotagging my images - especially when I am in a foreign land.
I have a D700 and the Nikon ML-3 Remote Control set which utilizes the 10-pin port on the D700.
The Foolography D200+ has a 2.5mm jack socket. Is there some sort of adapter out there that would enable me to use both my ML-3 and the GPS module? Or should I just get a 10-pin splitter which I see available here at the Nikonian Store and go that route.
I could also entertain Plan B and utilize my Pocket Wizard Plus II transceivers as a means of firing the camera remotely when the 10-pin port is utilized. Trying to figure if there is a way to utilize the port with the equipment I already have.
Are you talking about the hole on the side of the Unleashed D200+? That hole is a 2.5mm stero jack socket for wired remote releases. I find it hard to believe an old plunger cable release will do anything but ruin the socket. I may be wrong, but ... it just doesn't make sense to me that a cable release works in it.
There are 10 pin 'Y' Splitters available. Nikonians sells one made by Solmeta at the Photo Pro Shop for $27. I note that they are out of stock at this time, but expected in the next 2-3 weeks. I've used one for a couple of years so I can use both my Solmeta GPS and my Nikon MC-36 simultaneously.
Funny you should mention that. Just got home and you are indeed correct. Based on my inspection after opening the box at my office, it appeared to me as if that port was what it was for. Nix that idea.
Ned, i will order one of the splitters for the 10-pin socket.