ראשי English Photokina 2010 – Foolography – Tiny GPS for Nikon Cameras

Photokina 2010 – Foolography – Tiny GPS for Nikon Cameras

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MegaPixel.co.il team conducted a series of interviews during Photokina 2010. Due to overwhelming public request we decided to translate some of the Hebrew texts which go along with the video interviews for the sake of our English speaking audience.

During our visit to Photokina 2010 we encountered several interesting smaller companies. One of them was foolography – a German company founded by Oliver Perialis – a young programmer who created a small Bluetooth unit which connects to Nikon DSLR cameras and helps photographers receive location information for their photos.

The solution created by foolography fits most Nikon DSLRs (including the new D7000) and is used for geotagging by adding information for each image taken by the camera to the EXIF. Later, users can upload their images to online services such as flicker and see a map with thumbnails showing the exact location where each picture was taken (very useful for traveling photographers).

The foolography Bluetooth unit requires an external GPS unit (prices typically start from around $50). The Bluetooth unit itself cost  between 125 euro for and 167 for the more professional Nikon cameras.

Quick talk with Oliver Perialis on Photokina 2010 – best viewed in HD (720p) resolution:


You can find the full list of translated Interviews including Canon, Nikon Pentax, Zeiss, Leica and many more (constantly updated) – on our special MegaPixel English page.

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