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Topic # 28469 1-Dec-2008 10:27
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Hi All

I am looking at buying a Nokia N95 that everybody is specialing at the moment for $599.

Does anybody know if the N95 can geotag the photos?

Cheers Paul.

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  Reply # 181329 1-Dec-2008 11:31
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Yes, it is possible as far as I know.  Whatever the case, buy it for that price at DSE.  It's a steal!


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  Reply # 181352 1-Dec-2008 13:01
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Geotagging requires additional software to be installed, but Nokia offers a free one: http://www.nokia.com/betalabs/locationtagger





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  Reply # 181406 1-Dec-2008 17:52
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Many free geotagging solutions available, as per the above post. I think Shozu can do it too, worth checking out because Shozu can also upload them direct from the phone to many different places like Facebook/Flickr etc




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