Ricoh Optimizes GPS-enabled 500SE Digital Camera

Posted: Jul 14 2009, 12:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:20pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
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Ricoh isn’t a name that you think of when someone says digital camera. The company is more known for office printers and fax machines than digital cameras. The company has announced a newly updated GPS-ready digital camera called the 500SE.

The camera has been updated with an SE-2 GPS module that is small, power-efficient, and stored inside the cameras rugged housing. The 500SE camera uses a modular approach that allows the technology to be updated when new offerings are available.

The new GPS modules for the camera are the SE-2g and the SE-2c. The difference is that the 2g is GPS only while the 2c offers GPS and a 3-axis compass for directional information. The GPS modules sell for $169 for the 2G and $399 for the 2c.

Via Ricoh

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