Sony GPS unit adds a location to the image

Sony GPS unit

As you sit and look through your old photos, your bound to come across a few that make you debate whether you are a flagrant alcoholic. Where the hell was this picture taken and why are my balls taped to my ass? Sound familiar? Anybody? Well, then. The Sony GPS-CS1KA GPS allows for you to add in a location to your image, in addition to the usual time and date listed in the exif file.

When you use the special Picture Motion Browser in conjunction with Google Maps, the software creates a webpage featuring all of your photos, represented by push pins over a map image. Oh, okay, so I was in Tijuana when that pic was taken. That explains it. — Andrew Dobrow

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