• Pentax GPS Unit O-GPS1 Hotshoe Mounted Accessory GPS Unit for Pentax K-5, K-r, 645D
  • Pentax GPS Unit O-GPS1 Hotshoe Mounted Accessory GPS Unit for Pentax K-5, K-r, 645D
Pentax GPS Unit O-GPS1 Hotshoe Mounted Accessory GPS Unit for Pentax K-5, K-r, 645D
Pentax GPS Unit O-GPS1 Hotshoe Mounted Accessory GPS Unit for Pentax K-5, K-r, 645D

Pentax GPS Unit O-GPS1 Hotshoe Mounted Accessory GPS Unit for Pentax K-5, K-r, 645D

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  • Geotag your images for location information on popular photo sharing websites
  • Chart the progress of a hike, bike or boating trip with interval position tracking
  • A separate, but efficient power source will not drain your camera's battery
  • Supports terrestrial based WAAS for highly accurate positioning
  • Electronic Compass function assists while hiking or camping

Customer Reviews

Works great. Fits on my Pentax KP DSLR cameraWorks great. Fits on my Pentax KP DSLR camera. Only issues, seems to suck battery life and doesn't always give exact location. Sometimes gives just a general area location. But good to have for photo files. 4I absolutely love the Astrotracer functionI absolutely love the Astrotracer function. It is something that makes Pentax stand out from the rest. To be able to trace the Milky Way for more than 30 seconds (if using a Wideangle Lens) therefore reducing the ISO, makes a HUGE difference in the quality of the images. It is sometimes difficult to perform the precise calibration, but i have found that even without it the trace function works if keeping the trace time low (eg. 1 minute even if the camera states 5 minutes) 5It works, sort ofThe documentation is fairly useless. I finally called Pentax, and after a couple of tries got a knowledgeable person. He explained the process- you have to calibrate TWICE- via two different menu selections. And getting the calibration to succeed is not trivial- I must have done each about a dozen times before they succeeded. After that, it worked and stars were round dots for each 20 sec exposure at 100 mm FL. This calibration is supposed to be good as long as the device is mounted on the camera and you don't change locations, but when I used it again a few nights later it did not track the stars properly. 3I've taken some fantastic shots using this unitI've taken some fantastic shots using this unit. Unfortunately I sold my Pentax gear and moved to Sony for the time being. I always miss this unit though and almost wish I had my crop camera back with this vs having a full frame camera! 5absolutely LOVE it on my K-3absolutely LOVE it on my K-3 !this unit lets you to enable the star tracer in the menu, so you can do a 5min night sky exposures !attached is a photo taken with k-3, using astrotracer at 2min exposure 5"Where was I when I shot that photo?"It's not as nice as having GPS built into your camera, but it's easier than remembering to turn on your GPS and then correlate the track data with the time-stamps on your camera. Turn it on, enable it in the K-5's menu and forget about it. 5THE STARS ARE OURS!FANTASTIC INTRO TO THE HEAVENS!I bought this a few months back & whenever I walk out on to my beachside porch in the relatively light polluted areaof Pismo (Shell ) Beach, CA, I take a gander at the sky at night. If it looks good with not too much ocean fog/ haze & the moonis not too apparent...I run into the condo, & rush like a maniac to set up.So far I have taken one trip up north near Big Sur to see if less light pollution would help (but we were still on hotel grounds by the Ocean). It did at first & we did have a great view of the Milky Way by eye & binoculars, but by the time I was set-up & finally found Andromeda almost directly overhead, the ocean fog started to come in. Ultimately, I really did not get anything much better than on my porch.Like so many, it is a mystery to me, as to why sometimes I have poor tracking & sometimes not so bad. I sometimes re-calibrated, but it usually does not help much.I have had the best results with the Orion Nebula & the belt, but it is overhead really late in the evening. I would love better pics of Andromeda, but it never fails that when & if I see it, it is close to 90 degrees over my head. Great in theory, but without a fold out preview, you rapidly develop horrid neck pain, which persists for a week (in my case).I have tried numerous settings & lens for my pics. I vary the ISO, the duration, the timing, the zooming on either my Sigma or Pentax lenses which can go to 300mm. & have taken some decent shots, without any stacking.For someone who really has no clue on how to do this, I am thrilled to have seen & photographed these amazing objects.I am attaching some of my least crappy pics.. Yes, they may be light polluted, have star tracks, are MPEGs, and so on, but I still love them.I have no idea what the next step is. It ranges from using post-processing software to spending thousands on a telescope...or I just may be happy with what I have.A really good tracking scope will weight 80-100+ pounds & cost a fortune. Since I have major back & other problems, I cannot transport & set-up such a monster out in the dark sticks.Anyway, despite the limitations of this device, it is an amazingly cheap addition to the Pentax K-5 that you already own....as well as a few lens, tripod & such.I will try to update this review as needed.Thanks!Way by eye or binoculars at first. By the time 5Works, very annoying to use in bright light, did not work reliably with Pentax KPI have to disagree with the good reviews this product has received. I was looking for a GPS tagging solution for travel and landscape photography and, encouraged by the positive reviews, ordered Pentax KP camera and O-GPS1. The first moment of hesitation was when the device arrived: having this unit attached clearly changes the great outdoors camera into something that you will need to handle very cautiously (not to break the O-GPS1 flash shoe mechanism). The next one was the realisation that this device needs to be switched on for each and every shot you want to take - if not switched off in between, the battery drains in a matter of hours. Switching the thing on is a pain in itself. First, in darkness or low light, the power button is difficult to find and press appropriately. Second, in bright sunlight, the blue LED is invisible and it becomes almost impossible to determine if the unit is on or off. What is worse is that when the unit is switched on but camera is off, the LED only blinks every few seconds. So, to determine if the O-GPS1 is on or off, you need to stare it for a few seconds and hope you don't blink when the LED flashes. The KP only detects the unit when O-GPS1 is switched on first, and then the camera. Quite often, increasingly during my few days of test usage, KP also failed to detect the unit at all, leading into a power-cycling sequence for both the O-GPS1 and the KP. What made this a real pain is that, in bright sunlight, the red GPS symbol displayed in the KP screen before GPS lock, is equally invisible (as is the blue LED in O-GPS1). So this basically leads into a 10 second uncertainty on whether the GPS is going to come on, for each and every sunlight photo opportunity when you switch on the GPS and the camera, hoping that you really had the O-GPS1 switched off when you pressed the power button (so you did not actually switch it off now!), that the camera detects it this time, etc. If it does not fire up, maybe the battery was drained because you left it on the last time you needed it? So, let's try again, maybe trying to shadow the thing with a cloth or something to determine whether it is now on or off, then power cycle everything again and hope it catches this time.Sorry Pentax and Amazon, but this combo is not a useful for anyone who really wants to use this for taking pictures with reliable geo tagging. Once it is up and running, which is about 85% of the times easy, only 15% of times very annoying, it performs well, so this product is clearly not faulty or anything, just very inconvenient to use. No way I am going to use this combo for anything. I gave it a fair try, used it during several days but decided to return it for the above named reasons. I have no way of knowing if this unit O-GPS1 or the Pentax KP was to blame for the issues with not seeing the unit 15% of the power-ups, but decided to return both as faulty. 2Pricy, but records locations well.I like to know exactly where I took my pictures as I mainly take landscape shots. With this attached, I get the exact location, the altitude, and the direction I was facing when the shot was taken, recorded and attached directly to the photo. So far, it seems to be right on or at least as accurate as the pixel resolution.For the compass, you only have to calibrate it once for the direction between magnetic north and true north to be corrected. If you move longitudinally a good distance, you might have to calibrate it again, but it's not something that needs to be done for every shot.The GPS acquires the satellites fairly quickly. With an open sky on a dry winter day, I got the 3D (4 satellites) reading in under a minute. The EXIF data recorded that I actually had 8.The instruction manual and waypoint (destination) instructions leave a bit to be desired. The default file let's you find your way to Pentax offices around the world that you're probably never going to use. However, the sample file does give you the format. There are two ways you can set up waypoints. One is to take the lat-long from a photo and save it to the file. You can save up to 40 waypoints in one file this way. You can have 3 separate waypoint files giving you a total of 120 waypoints if you want.The second way is to manually edit one of the 3 files that you've saved to your SD card. All three files are in the \GPS\DATA1\ folder on your SD card. The files have to be the names GPS_DAT1.TXT, GPS_DAT2.TXT, or GPS_DAT3.TXT. The camera won't read any other names. The waypoints are in DD (Decimal Degrees) in the following format:TITLE= GPSDATAPentax [you give this name when saving]DATA= PENTAX_Itabashi JP, N35.765182, E139.691208DATA= PENTAX_Shinjuku JP, N35.691746, E139.695465DATA= PENTAX_Osaka JP, N34.676910, E135.507095If you have some waypoints from another GPS you would have to convert them in Notepad to this format, save them to the folder on the card, and then open them in the menu of the K-r. By selecting one of the 40 (max) you can then use the camera LCD screen to navigate to that waypoint (destination).The Astrotracer function will use the anti-shake of the sensor to become a built-in equatorial mount. It only works in Bulb mode, and you'd better reset your auto-off function to off. You should also calibrate your compass before use to give it the greatest precision. Focus should be MF and you should check the focus as some lenses aren't in focus if just set on infinity. There is a maximum trace duration, which changes with the focal length lens used (longer lens = shorter exposure availability). The anti-shake function on the sensor only has so much movement it's capable of. Astrotracer can only be used with the K-r and K-5; it will not work with the 645D.You can't use any flash while this unit is attached; it would block the built in flash from rising and of course, the hot shoe is already filled.To use this GPS, you have to upgrade your cameras firmware to version 1.11. You can download this from Pentax and follow the instructions. It only takes a couple of minutes. The upgrade gives you the GPS menu items and some extra places in your photo's EXIF header files for the new data to be recorded.I really like this unit. Before I got it I had to carry a GPS, take readings as I took pictures, and then use RoboGeo to write the information to the EXIF headers of the pictures. Now it's done when I take the picture. For me, the price was worth it. It doesn't replace a Trimble, but it's a lot smaller and saves post-processing time on photos.Pentax GPS Unit O-GPS1 Hotshoe Mounted Accessory GPS Unit for Pentax K-5, K-r 5Works extremely well. A definite value-add at this price.I bought a Pentax K-30 for my more rugged outdoor photography sessions. I don't typically need a flash, so I leave the GPS unit attached all the time. My camera still fits into my LowePro 100 Slingbag (with no extended camera battery attached). HEre is a quick review of the O-GPS1COMPATIBILITYI use it on a Pentax K-30. The K-30 does in fact support the Astrotracer feature on the GPS. The GPS menu on the K-30 is easy to access and use.FORM FACTOR and AESTHETICSThe O-GPS1 has a fairly tight form factor. It adds about 2" to the top of the camera. It does take over your hot shoe and will block the built-in flash. The GPS unit itself is about 2"x2" square. It looks great on the camera. And has not been getting in my way at all.FUNCTIONALITYAs I mentioned, the Astrotracer feature does indeed work on the K-30. I have used this feature a couple of times and it has been great. This feature allows you to manually focus on a celestial object (not planets, though) and the mirror will adjust so that the exposure follows the star, etc. The main reason I bought the O=GPS1, though, is so that I can remember where in the world I took a shot. The location comes over in the metadata and has worked with both Lightroom and Aperture without any hiccups. The GPS on average has required a 3D satellite signal within about 90 seconds or less. Location info has been very accurate. You will need to recalibrate the GPS each time it dismounted (you do this by carefully turning the camera on each axis). The metadata even indicates which direction you were facing when you took the shot.There is a built in compass as well as a trekking tool. You could conceivably store the location of your car when you park if you are going for a photo shoot on a trail, but you would be better off with a dedicated GPS for that. Still, it's an added feature and I'll take it!DURABILITYI haven't managed to drop the GPS (yet), but it has been subjected to dust, dew, wipe outs on the ski slope, and a sudden, brief downpour. It will need to stand up to this and more based on my intended use of the K-30 its mounted on. So far it has stood up to all of these tests, the biggest of which was my wipe out on the slopes where my camera and the GPS were totally covered in snow.RECOMMENDATIONReally, at this price point, I think the O-GPS1 is a great deal if you want location info included with your photos. Accuracy and reception inside or in an urban area with tall buildings might be touchy, but if you're an outdoor shooter, the O-GPS1 is a great device. And it seems to be a perfect match for the weather-sealed K-30. 5
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Description
  • Geotag your images for location information on popular photo sharing websites
  • Chart the progress of a hike, bike or boating trip with interval position tracking
  • A separate, but efficient power source will not drain your camera's battery
  • Supports terrestrial based WAAS for highly accurate positioning
  • Electronic Compass function assists while hiking or camping
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Works great. Fits on my Pentax KP DSLR cameraWorks great. Fits on my Pentax KP DSLR camera. Only issues, seems to suck battery life and doesn't always give exact location. Sometimes gives just a general area location. But good to have for photo files. 4I absolutely love the Astrotracer functionI absolutely love the Astrotracer function. It is something that makes Pentax stand out from the rest. To be able to trace the Milky Way for more than 30 seconds (if using a Wideangle Lens) therefore reducing the ISO, makes a HUGE difference in the quality of the images. It is sometimes difficult to perform the precise calibration, but i have found that even without it the trace function works if keeping the trace time low (eg. 1 minute even if the camera states 5 minutes) 5It works, sort ofThe documentation is fairly useless. I finally called Pentax, and after a couple of tries got a knowledgeable person. He explained the process- you have to calibrate TWICE- via two different menu selections. And getting the calibration to succeed is not trivial- I must have done each about a dozen times before they succeeded. After that, it worked and stars were round dots for each 20 sec exposure at 100 mm FL. This calibration is supposed to be good as long as the device is mounted on the camera and you don't change locations, but when I used it again a few nights later it did not track the stars properly. 3I've taken some fantastic shots using this unitI've taken some fantastic shots using this unit. Unfortunately I sold my Pentax gear and moved to Sony for the time being. I always miss this unit though and almost wish I had my crop camera back with this vs having a full frame camera! 5absolutely LOVE it on my K-3absolutely LOVE it on my K-3 !this unit lets you to enable the star tracer in the menu, so you can do a 5min night sky exposures !attached is a photo taken with k-3, using astrotracer at 2min exposure 5"Where was I when I shot that photo?"It's not as nice as having GPS built into your camera, but it's easier than remembering to turn on your GPS and then correlate the track data with the time-stamps on your camera. Turn it on, enable it in the K-5's menu and forget about it. 5THE STARS ARE OURS!FANTASTIC INTRO TO THE HEAVENS!I bought this a few months back & whenever I walk out on to my beachside porch in the relatively light polluted areaof Pismo (Shell ) Beach, CA, I take a gander at the sky at night. If it looks good with not too much ocean fog/ haze & the moonis not too apparent...I run into the condo, & rush like a maniac to set up.So far I have taken one trip up north near Big Sur to see if less light pollution would help (but we were still on hotel grounds by the Ocean). It did at first & we did have a great view of the Milky Way by eye & binoculars, but by the time I was set-up & finally found Andromeda almost directly overhead, the ocean fog started to come in. Ultimately, I really did not get anything much better than on my porch.Like so many, it is a mystery to me, as to why sometimes I have poor tracking & sometimes not so bad. I sometimes re-calibrated, but it usually does not help much.I have had the best results with the Orion Nebula & the belt, but it is overhead really late in the evening. I would love better pics of Andromeda, but it never fails that when & if I see it, it is close to 90 degrees over my head. Great in theory, but without a fold out preview, you rapidly develop horrid neck pain, which persists for a week (in my case).I have tried numerous settings & lens for my pics. I vary the ISO, the duration, the timing, the zooming on either my Sigma or Pentax lenses which can go to 300mm. & have taken some decent shots, without any stacking.For someone who really has no clue on how to do this, I am thrilled to have seen & photographed these amazing objects.I am attaching some of my least crappy pics.. Yes, they may be light polluted, have star tracks, are MPEGs, and so on, but I still love them.I have no idea what the next step is. It ranges from using post-processing software to spending thousands on a telescope...or I just may be happy with what I have.A really good tracking scope will weight 80-100+ pounds & cost a fortune. Since I have major back & other problems, I cannot transport & set-up such a monster out in the dark sticks.Anyway, despite the limitations of this device, it is an amazingly cheap addition to the Pentax K-5 that you already own....as well as a few lens, tripod & such.I will try to update this review as needed.Thanks!Way by eye or binoculars at first. By the time 5Works, very annoying to use in bright light, did not work reliably with Pentax KPI have to disagree with the good reviews this product has received. I was looking for a GPS tagging solution for travel and landscape photography and, encouraged by the positive reviews, ordered Pentax KP camera and O-GPS1. The first moment of hesitation was when the device arrived: having this unit attached clearly changes the great outdoors camera into something that you will need to handle very cautiously (not to break the O-GPS1 flash shoe mechanism). The next one was the realisation that this device needs to be switched on for each and every shot you want to take - if not switched off in between, the battery drains in a matter of hours. Switching the thing on is a pain in itself. First, in darkness or low light, the power button is difficult to find and press appropriately. Second, in bright sunlight, the blue LED is invisible and it becomes almost impossible to determine if the unit is on or off. What is worse is that when the unit is switched on but camera is off, the LED only blinks every few seconds. So, to determine if the O-GPS1 is on or off, you need to stare it for a few seconds and hope you don't blink when the LED flashes. The KP only detects the unit when O-GPS1 is switched on first, and then the camera. Quite often, increasingly during my few days of test usage, KP also failed to detect the unit at all, leading into a power-cycling sequence for both the O-GPS1 and the KP. What made this a real pain is that, in bright sunlight, the red GPS symbol displayed in the KP screen before GPS lock, is equally invisible (as is the blue LED in O-GPS1). So this basically leads into a 10 second uncertainty on whether the GPS is going to come on, for each and every sunlight photo opportunity when you switch on the GPS and the camera, hoping that you really had the O-GPS1 switched off when you pressed the power button (so you did not actually switch it off now!), that the camera detects it this time, etc. If it does not fire up, maybe the battery was drained because you left it on the last time you needed it? So, let's try again, maybe trying to shadow the thing with a cloth or something to determine whether it is now on or off, then power cycle everything again and hope it catches this time.Sorry Pentax and Amazon, but this combo is not a useful for anyone who really wants to use this for taking pictures with reliable geo tagging. Once it is up and running, which is about 85% of the times easy, only 15% of times very annoying, it performs well, so this product is clearly not faulty or anything, just very inconvenient to use. No way I am going to use this combo for anything. I gave it a fair try, used it during several days but decided to return it for the above named reasons. I have no way of knowing if this unit O-GPS1 or the Pentax KP was to blame for the issues with not seeing the unit 15% of the power-ups, but decided to return both as faulty. 2Pricy, but records locations well.I like to know exactly where I took my pictures as I mainly take landscape shots. With this attached, I get the exact location, the altitude, and the direction I was facing when the shot was taken, recorded and attached directly to the photo. So far, it seems to be right on or at least as accurate as the pixel resolution.For the compass, you only have to calibrate it once for the direction between magnetic north and true north to be corrected. If you move longitudinally a good distance, you might have to calibrate it again, but it's not something that needs to be done for every shot.The GPS acquires the satellites fairly quickly. With an open sky on a dry winter day, I got the 3D (4 satellites) reading in under a minute. The EXIF data recorded that I actually had 8.The instruction manual and waypoint (destination) instructions leave a bit to be desired. The default file let's you find your way to Pentax offices around the world that you're probably never going to use. However, the sample file does give you the format. There are two ways you can set up waypoints. One is to take the lat-long from a photo and save it to the file. You can save up to 40 waypoints in one file this way. You can have 3 separate waypoint files giving you a total of 120 waypoints if you want.The second way is to manually edit one of the 3 files that you've saved to your SD card. All three files are in the \GPS\DATA1\ folder on your SD card. The files have to be the names GPS_DAT1.TXT, GPS_DAT2.TXT, or GPS_DAT3.TXT. The camera won't read any other names. The waypoints are in DD (Decimal Degrees) in the following format:TITLE= GPSDATAPentax [you give this name when saving]DATA= PENTAX_Itabashi JP, N35.765182, E139.691208DATA= PENTAX_Shinjuku JP, N35.691746, E139.695465DATA= PENTAX_Osaka JP, N34.676910, E135.507095If you have some waypoints from another GPS you would have to convert them in Notepad to this format, save them to the folder on the card, and then open them in the menu of the K-r. By selecting one of the 40 (max) you can then use the camera LCD screen to navigate to that waypoint (destination).The Astrotracer function will use the anti-shake of the sensor to become a built-in equatorial mount. It only works in Bulb mode, and you'd better reset your auto-off function to off. You should also calibrate your compass before use to give it the greatest precision. Focus should be MF and you should check the focus as some lenses aren't in focus if just set on infinity. There is a maximum trace duration, which changes with the focal length lens used (longer lens = shorter exposure availability). The anti-shake function on the sensor only has so much movement it's capable of. Astrotracer can only be used with the K-r and K-5; it will not work with the 645D.You can't use any flash while this unit is attached; it would block the built in flash from rising and of course, the hot shoe is already filled.To use this GPS, you have to upgrade your cameras firmware to version 1.11. You can download this from Pentax and follow the instructions. It only takes a couple of minutes. The upgrade gives you the GPS menu items and some extra places in your photo's EXIF header files for the new data to be recorded.I really like this unit. Before I got it I had to carry a GPS, take readings as I took pictures, and then use RoboGeo to write the information to the EXIF headers of the pictures. Now it's done when I take the picture. For me, the price was worth it. It doesn't replace a Trimble, but it's a lot smaller and saves post-processing time on photos.Pentax GPS Unit O-GPS1 Hotshoe Mounted Accessory GPS Unit for Pentax K-5, K-r 5Works extremely well. A definite value-add at this price.I bought a Pentax K-30 for my more rugged outdoor photography sessions. I don't typically need a flash, so I leave the GPS unit attached all the time. My camera still fits into my LowePro 100 Slingbag (with no extended camera battery attached). HEre is a quick review of the O-GPS1COMPATIBILITYI use it on a Pentax K-30. The K-30 does in fact support the Astrotracer feature on the GPS. The GPS menu on the K-30 is easy to access and use.FORM FACTOR and AESTHETICSThe O-GPS1 has a fairly tight form factor. It adds about 2" to the top of the camera. It does take over your hot shoe and will block the built-in flash. The GPS unit itself is about 2"x2" square. It looks great on the camera. And has not been getting in my way at all.FUNCTIONALITYAs I mentioned, the Astrotracer feature does indeed work on the K-30. I have used this feature a couple of times and it has been great. This feature allows you to manually focus on a celestial object (not planets, though) and the mirror will adjust so that the exposure follows the star, etc. The main reason I bought the O=GPS1, though, is so that I can remember where in the world I took a shot. The location comes over in the metadata and has worked with both Lightroom and Aperture without any hiccups. The GPS on average has required a 3D satellite signal within about 90 seconds or less. Location info has been very accurate. You will need to recalibrate the GPS each time it dismounted (you do this by carefully turning the camera on each axis). The metadata even indicates which direction you were facing when you took the shot.There is a built in compass as well as a trekking tool. You could conceivably store the location of your car when you park if you are going for a photo shoot on a trail, but you would be better off with a dedicated GPS for that. Still, it's an added feature and I'll take it!DURABILITYI haven't managed to drop the GPS (yet), but it has been subjected to dust, dew, wipe outs on the ski slope, and a sudden, brief downpour. It will need to stand up to this and more based on my intended use of the K-30 its mounted on. So far it has stood up to all of these tests, the biggest of which was my wipe out on the slopes where my camera and the GPS were totally covered in snow.RECOMMENDATIONReally, at this price point, I think the O-GPS1 is a great deal if you want location info included with your photos. Accuracy and reception inside or in an urban area with tall buildings might be touchy, but if you're an outdoor shooter, the O-GPS1 is a great device. And it seems to be a perfect match for the weather-sealed K-30. 5
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
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