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Nikon GP1-CA90 - Cable de repuesto para GP-1

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  • Accesorio para cámara digital
  • Tipo del producto: cable
  • Compatible con Nikon GP-1

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  • Dimensiones del producto: 2,5 x 2,5 x 2,5 cm ; 32 g
  • Número de modelo del producto: 27002
  • ASIN: B0026FCKBE
  • Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 3 de agosto de 2011
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 1 opinión de cliente
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The GP1-CA90 is an accessory cable for connecting the GP-1 to select Nikon digital SLR cameras with accessory terminals. Comes supplied with the GP-1.

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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas OEM Replacement but better available.... 19 de mayo de 2011
Por bradzilla - Publicado en
One of my biggest gripes about the GP-1 unit was that it never had a satellite lock unless I was mid stream in a flurry of photos. The Nikon cable only supplies power when the body is switched to "On" and the shutter release is depressed. Plus, lets admit, the cable sticking out is ungainly. While I didn't break the body's gps socket, I did mangle the cable on a recent jeep excursion. I was all set to fork over the $45 for this puppy when I read the review of 3rd party product, the GNCD2. Well, it turns out this is the wrong part for a GP-1/D90 combo (order the GNCA9), but the package is a little more than half the cost and corrects the two major deficiencies of the OEM cable: unwieldniness and poor power function.
First off, the GNCA9 has an adapter that fits snug against the body so there is virtually no chance of snapping the cable. And second, the GNCA9 supplies constant power to the GP-1 so the led is always green, and you always get location information with your shots. At first I was concerned that I'd burn through my battery, but it lasted through 80 minutes of soccer, 40 minutes of lacrosse, and another 80 minutes of soccer and wasn't even half used.
So, if you want to stick with OEM for your GP-1/D90, get this cable (currently $45). But if you want to save a few bucks and get in my estimation a better product, google "GNCA9" and get it.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Badly designed cable 20 de abril de 2011
Por S. Neumann - Publicado en
The CA90 cable is badly designed in a sense that its camera-side plug sticks straight out of the D90 body and therefore its very prone to loosen or often even break the GPS port from socket board in the camera. It costs about US$ 200 to get a broken GPS socket board replaced in a D90. I got the GNCD2 connector kit ([...]) for $[...] and the GP-1 works fine without any loose or broken GPS socket issue on my D90 since then.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Expensive! 14 de noviembre de 2012
Por Peter Henry - Publicado en
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Ugg! This is expensive. I destroyed the cable that came with my GP-1 when it got hit while in the socket of my D7000. Luckily I didn't hurt the D7000 socket. After getting this cable, I ended up doing a lot of research and found several different ways of geotagging for Nikon cameras. And ways that have faster acquisition times and better performance than my GP-1.

(1) Foolography bluetooth receiver. Not cheap. But it has a very low profile and fits nicely on the D7000. (also models for D800/D3/D4 etc.) You can use standalone Bluetooth GPS, and leave the GPS in your pocket, camera case or backpack. There are some very good standalone GPS receivers out there to use with this.

(2) Opteka GPN-1 Geotagging GPS & Remote Shutter Release for Nikon D7000, D5100, D3200, D3100, D800, D700, D300s, D3X, D3S, D4 Digital SLR Cameras. It has OK performance. Not too much different than a GP-1. But is MUCH less expensive. I found a similar unit for a little more elsewhere (nGPS). The nGPS has very good performance.

Both of these options also allow you to connect a remote shutter release while the GPS or the Bluetooth receiver is on the camera. Something the GP-1 didn't allow!
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Functiona, needs better design 4 de abril de 2013
Por Robert Kim - Publicado en
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I have the GP-1 which I used with the D200. With the D7000, I had to get a new replacement cable (the GP-1 comes with both types, I misplaced the one I needed). As others have noted, the cable sticks out that gets in your way (hands, straps, etc). The stiff cable makes it hard to bend, but I am using a twist-tie to fold the cable and not have it stick out.

One thing I noticed is that on the D7000, the GPS locks very quickly--much faster than on D200. I also like the fact that it sets the camera clock automatically based on GPS time.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas At least it's replaceable 3 de enero de 2013
Por Rick Lewandowski - Publicado en
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I've been using the GP-1 for a few years, but invariably have to replace the cable because the connectors get bent. For those who don't have an internal GPS, the GP-1 is a perfect solution. The cable, however, needs to be re-engineered to withstand the normal wear and tear of use.

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