The Best Nikon GPS – Dawntech Eco Pro-F Review

The Eco Pro-F is the best Nikon GPS.  I have been using the Dawntech di-GPS Pro for many years now. I am extremely excited to share my thoughts on the new Dawntech GPS for Nikon DSLR cameras.  The Eco Pro-F is compact but packs the same GPS power and weather sealing as the di-GPS Pro.

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The Eco Pro-F supports the Nikon DSLR bodies with 10-pin ports.  It is a direct replace of the Nikon GP-1 and uses less than 1/3 of the power consumption of the GP-1.  It is weather sealed for moisture and dust.  The Eco Pro-F has 66 GPS channels for fast acquisition and reacquisition. An important feature is the built-in 10-pin connector for remote shutter release.  That means photographers can capture long exposures, HDR and more while geotagging their photographs.

Check out my video review.

The Eco Pro-F has replaced my di-GPS as a full-time GPS on my cameras.  The di-GPS will now serve as a backup or if I need both bodies at the same time.  I highly recommend picking up an Eco Pro-F if you have been searching for a GPS for your Nikon camera.   It really is the best Nikon GPS.

Pick up your Eco Pro-F from Amazon or directly from Dawntech.

Thanks for reading and happy shooting,

Scott

Update 9/23/13: The best just got better.  Dawntech recently announced the Eco Pro-F with a locking ring so it doesn’t fall out of the 10-pin connector.

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