Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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The GP-1 GPS Unit
The GP-1 GPS unit (available separately) can be connected to the camera’s accessory 
terminal (
0 298) using the cable supplied with the GP-1, allowing information on the 
camera’s current position to be recorded when photographs are taken. Turn the 
camera off before connecting the GP-1; for more information, see the GP-1 manual.
❚❚Setup Menu Options
The GPS item in the setup menu contains the options listed below.
• Standby timer: Choose whether the exposure meters turn off automatically when the 
GP-1 is attached. 
• Position: This item is only available if the GP-1 is connected, when it displays the 
current latitude, longitude, altitude, and Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) as 
reported by the GP-1.
• Use GPS to set camera clock: Select Yes to synchronize the camera clock with the time 
reported by the GPS device.
Option
Description
Enable
Exposure meters turn off automatically if no operations are performed for the 
time selected for Custom Setting c2 (Standby timer
0 227; to allow the camera 
time to acquire GPS data, the delay is extended by up to one minute after the 
exposure meters are activated or the camera is turned on). This reduces the drain 
on the battery.
Disable Exposure meters do not turn off while the GP-1 is connected.
A
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)
UTC data is provided by the GPS device and is independent of the camera clock.
A
The 
n Icon
Connection status is shown by the 
n icon:
n (static): Camera has established communication with GP-1. 
Photo information for pictures taken while this icon is displayed 
include an additional page of GPS data (
n (flashing): The GP-1 is searching for a signal. Pictures taken while 
the icon is flashing do not include GPS data.
• No icon: No new GPS data have been received from the GP-1 for at 
least two seconds. Pictures taken when the 
n icon is not displayed do not include GPS 
data.