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COMPATIBILITY ACQUIRING A SIGNAL
The GP-E2 can transfer data directly through the hot Once the receiver is on, check that the red
shoe, as you shoot, when mounted on the EOS-1D light is blinking.
X, EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 6D, EOS M, Rebel 4Ti, or • Fast blink indicates signal not yet acquired
any later model that displays [GPS device settings] • Slow blink indicates signal acquired
in its Set-up menu. When used with the EOS 7D, the It normally takes 30–60 seconds for the GP-E2 to
You can also view GPS and digital compass infor- interval settings are available on your camera’s GPS PRECAUTIONS mation as you shoot. The benefit is that this allows device settings menu: Some countries or regions may place restrictions on you to zero in on a pre-established location, eleva- First, make sure GPS device is set to Enable, then the use of GPS devices. When in doubt, ask before tion, and direction based on its GPS coordinates. select GPS device settings/Position update timing,
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