Sony GPS Unit + GPS Picture Tracker + Picasa + GPS Visualizer + Google Earth 02
Picture by XiXiDu
I tested my new Sony GPS Unit right now although driving with the car. I recommend to use the GPS Picture Tracker computer software that comes with the GPS Unit to assign, match the GPS, i.e. geotag the pictures by writing the latitude and longitude coordinates into the EXIF metadata of the JPG images and then use Picasa to get them into Google Earth to view them on the map. To visualize the route a bit better you can convert the log files with the GPS information into a .kml or .kmz file that you can then open with Google Earth here:
Using Picasa and Google Earth you can also very easily right the position of the images because it is not constantly a hundred% precise due to numerous factors.
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I can tell it truly is worth the cash considering that it is really low-cost in contrast to other answers. Although it can determine the place you are amongst logging occasions, it’s not the most accurate for that it only logs your place every single 15 seconds which causes some photographs to be offside the street when taking images although driving for example. But if you examine that to other solutions, they are significantly greater, 4 times as pricey and you have to buy extra software to match the GPS information with the photographs that costs funds as properly.