( Engadget ) - Geotaggers, take note: with PMA today Sony is upgrading its CS1 GPS unit to support geotagging video footage through new versions of its Picture Motion Browser and Image Tracker software, giving it an armband, and renaming the whole thing GPS-CS1KASP. (It's out again next month for $150.) Also happening tonight are two new dye-sub printers, the FP95 and FP75, which will run $200 and $150 in April, and feature 3.6 and 3.5-inch displays, respectively, HDMI out, and a filter function on the 95 for kooky effects like fish-eye and sepia.
Sony upgrades CS1 geotagger for video, drops some printers, nothing big
31 January 2008 16:59 (UTC+04:00)