All the Nikon recent release support gps, but only D3000, why?
#1. "RE: why D3000 has no gps?" | In response to Reply # 0
#2. "RE: why D3000 has no gps?" | In response to Reply # 0blw Nikonian since 18th Jun 2004Mon 11-Oct-10 10:11 AM
Surely a combination of reasons:
- positioning of the lowest model of camera
- eliminates some amount of cost, important on the lowest price model
- simplicity of operation
- likely Nikon felt that this feature might not appeal to the majority of d3000 buyers
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#3. "RE: why D3000 has no gps?" | In response to Reply # 2dawinck Registered since 10th Nov 2010Tue 30-Nov-10 03:00 AM | edited Tue 30-Nov-10 03:01 AM by dawinck
It seems that geotagging will to be a must in the future for all digital cameras and that will not cost any extra payment for the buyer. Nikon has always been the leading in the field. So I do not understand why D3000 has no gps too.
My Easytagger can do the post processing too. But I never trouble myself to do that since it can geotag directly.
#4. "RE: why D3000 has no gps?" | In response to Reply # 3JosephK Nikonian since 17th Apr 2006Tue 30-Nov-10 07:05 AM
The D3000 is also a generation old and has been superseded by the D3100.
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