I am really starting to see some of the real educational possibilities of GPS and location based learning. One of the key features of using images in location based learning is the ability to add geo-data the images and video taken by a camera.
Sony have announced a new HD Camcorder with GPS capabilities.
Perfect for travelers, this camcorder features a built-in GPS receiver that automatically adjusts your camcorder’s clock to the proper time zone and lets you view your current location on the LCD map display, as well as “tag” your shooting locations. You can view your tagged videos and pictures via the Map Index function or after you’ve downloaded them to your PC.
As with any HD camera, the technical specifications are pretty good.
Capture all the action on your next trip with this ultra-portable, titanium-bodied Handycam® camcorder. It features Full HD 1920 x 1080 video recording, 4MP still shots.
Sony have also moved to solid state media as well.
Record to 16GB embedded flash memory or choose instead to record to removable Memory Stick PRO Duo™ media
Overall an interesting camera, but does GPS add the value for what is still an expensive camera.