Photo geotagging

Nikon, Fuji, and other cameras have started to support the very handy feature, Geotagging. It is a large help in saving time by organizing pictures with an automatic response . Since it greatly saves time , I am not shy with the idea of investing in it. There is however one inconvenience and that is, trying to buy a GPS unit that fits my unique needs. Here is my research regarding GPS unit to my Nikon D90.
 
 Unit Cost Review - comment Compass support InDoor support Geo logger support
 Nikon GP-1 $200-$250Mix review, slow in both cold and hot sync
Best looking
 no no no
 Dawntech di-GPS
http://www.dawntech.hk/di-GPS/purchase.htm
 $150 indoor capability, 
Built-in data logger - 8MB flash memory for up to 260,096 data points- small capacity
 yes yes yes
 Solmeta GPS DP-GPS n2
http://www.solmeta.com/
$150Good reviews, N2 has indoor capability, its remember last signal before loosing it

yes          yes no
 Promote
https://www.promotesystems.com/products/Promote-GPS-D90.html
 $150Excellent review, fast, USA made no yes no
YongNuo N-918
at: www.ebay.ca


 $100It is Chinese replica of Nikon GP-1, it seems to work very similar as Nikon's unit. no no no
 Columbus nGPS GPS  $120Good review at Amazon no no no
 Geometr Gps Receiver $95 3 starts at Amazon no  
 EasyTagger
http://www.easytagger.ca/

 $170Can be used with flash if  mounted on the strap or far back on the shoe.
Positive review by Terry White (terrywhite.com)
Bigger then others,
included 2GB memory card which stores up to 3 years of data, also has 2 years warranty.  
 yes yes yes

 JOBO GPS001 $150 
Best looking unit, geo logging with 128 MB
 no no yes
      

Ordered EasyTagger, once arrived will give you details review.
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