Qstarz BT-Q1000XT - Registrador de datos GPS
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- Posición de memoria para aprox. 400.000 puntos de seguimiento
- Excelente recepción GPS gracias a la recepción paralela de 66 canales
- Duración de la batería hasta 42 horas
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Time to First Fix (TTFF) : < Average 1/33/35 sec. (Hot/Warm/Cold start) AGPS: < 15 sec.;Output Message : NMEA 0183 v3.01 (Default: GGA, GSA, GSV, RMC; Optional: VTG, GLL);Accuracy : Without aid: 3.0m 2D-RMS <3m CEP(50%) without SA(horizontal) DGPS (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS):2.5m;Frequency: 1 - 5 Hz user configurable;Dimension: 72.2 (L) X 46.5 (W) X 20 (H) mm
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So, got and try for about a week!
1. Tracking accuracy and sensitivity! This is the best i ever had (compared to Garmin forerunner 310, foretrex210, 60GPSSCx,of course the older models). Tracking in thick canopy is very good, and correct when even my forerunner 310, used to be my best portable in sensitivity, started to drift. (I did a crude experiment of putting the unit in my pocket while driving, and it tracked correctly! amazing)
2 Bluetooth connectivity - no problem - but I cannot to get to work with my Mobile PC nav prog. (maybe it is user fault - will report back here later)
3 Accompany delicated software - simple and work (window environment) - just plain vanilla.
4 Geotagging with the delicated software is so-so. As reported by some others, it sometimes hit-n-miss, photo can be tag some distance away though the track log is accurate. Spend sometime figuring and playing with this - it is likely the software tag algorithm issue! Disappointed with this (there are ways around with other program - but that is not the point here).
5. Connection/communication with PC, someimes units not detectable. I just have to switch off and on again!
For me the tracking accuracy, sensitivity and long battery life is much more important than the rest. For these 3 attributes, it can get 5.5 star. But as a product, i can only rate it as 4 star because of the imperfection as listed. The errors in geotagging (not all the photos) can make the picky users, who are not so familiar with computer stuff, irritated.
I will play with it for awhile and come back with more detail and actual experience.
I previously bought a Dual Electronics XGPS150A, which is a non-logging receiver and works very well other than refusing to pair with a device that I really needed it to work with. I bought the BT-Q1000XT since that does work. I wondered about getting the cheaper (non-logging) version, but decided that for the incremental price I mas as well get the logging and may one day make real use of it.
This locks very quickly (<5seconds) even indoors. It successfully pairs and works with everything that I need it to (and a few things I don't).
I tried the logging, and it worked well, showing the track that I took, speed and altitude.
I am giving four stars rather than 5 because the software is, well, pathetic. It only works on Windows (I would have much preferred OS/X) and is not intuitive to use. There is a (free) utility written in Java (and hence works on the Macbook too) which has almost the same functionality.
The "free" cover that came with it is very cheap and nasty, but better than nothing.
The software works as it should. Because I shoot RAW, and I use gpicsync to actually write the data to the EXIF, but as far as getting the data, the included software works perfectly.
Oh, and the battery life is amazing. I would usually charge this every night, but it could easily go a couple days (being turned off at night).
Haven't used the Bluetooth feature, can't really think of any uses as this point.