Sony GPS-CS3KA has been quietly revealed by Sony. It is the successor to the popular Sony CS1 that was released two years ago. The GPS image tracker is compatible with most Cyber-shot digital cameras and camcorders. The tracker can identify locations of both photos and videos in addition to their date, accepts both MS and SD memory cards and runs on Alkaline or Ni-Mh batteries which give a life of 15 hours approximately. You can record the time, date and location to each shot you have taken. Once the images and data are on your PC, the supplied image tracker software synchronizes the photos with latitude, longitude and time reading from the GPS-CS3KA. By activating the Picture Motion Browser software, the photos will pop up next to pushpins on Google Maps by the actual location where you shot the picture. Now that is really neat!!
The Sony GPS-CS3KA is available at a pre-order price for $150.00 on Amazon and expected availability is by March 29th.