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Il GPS è finalmente entrato nelle fotocamere (ebbene sì, ora anche in quelle compatte)

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Quasi un anno fa scrivevo qui su Nòva100 che il GPS era finalmente entrato nelle fotocamere, anche se l'apripista era la Nikon con la Coolpix P6000, non proprio economica.

Ora è Samsung che fa da apripista con un modello decisamente più abbordabile, la ST1000 proposta in Europa a meno di 400 euro.


Samsung has released three compacts with a smattering of 'world's first' features. Top of the range is the CL65, $399 (ST1000 in Europe, €399), the first compact to offer a 3.5" touch screen LCD with 1.2 million dot (megadot?) resolution and multi-wireless connectivity. It features Bluetooth 2.0 and Wi-Fi connectivity allowing wirelessly connections to internet routers or DLNA compliant devices. With the Wi-Fi technology, users can email photos direct from their camera and upload their photos or videos to selected popular social networking websites including Facebook, Picasa, YouTube, without needing to connect to a PC. Built-in GPS enables geo-tagging of images with location data. The location data is automatically embedded into each image’s EXIF file. The camera, which uses MicroSD memory cards, also features built-in Intelli-Studio PC software to directly upload images online or e-mail them. The 12.1 MP camera also offers an optically stabilized 5x zoom lens (35-175mm equiv.) and HD video recording.
(http://www.dpreview.com/news/0908/09081303samsungst1000.asp)


With this product Samsung is introducing GPS technology for the first time in a compact camera. Until now GPS receivers were essentially embedded in higher end D-SLR devices such as the Ricoh 500SE or the Nikon Coolpix P6000. Slowly but surely GPS is coming to the digital camera space, a market that churns over 100 million pieces a year.
(http://www.gpsbusinessnews.com/Samsung-to-ship-sub-$400-compact-camera-with-GPS_a1676.html)

Commenti

era ora!
sarà sicuramente la prima di una lunga serie.
ormai il GPS è una commodity. .

.. e non appena anche la bussola digitale diventerà una commodity se ne vedranno delle belle nel settore della realtà aumentata...

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