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GPS connection solutions for Nikon DSLR D2X/D2Xs/D2Hs/D200/D3/D300/D700 (D2/3 SERIES)
D90/D5000/D3100/D7000/D5100 (D90 SERIES)
We are making it easier for for above camera owners to enjoy GPS position tagged photography!
Basic GPS requirement for connecting to Nikon is a GPS that has a serial port and output NMEA 2.01 at 4800 baud rate, that include majority of GPS on the market today. see: what GPS can/cannot be used

Nikon does have a solution in providing MC-35 cable.
But it is expensive (even though the cost is a very small percentage of the camera/lens! That is probably how Nikon price their accessories).
The frustration most users are finding is that MC-35 is not readily available and one usually has to wait weeks/months for the order!
Nikon has not even produced an equivalent interface for D90 series (D90/D5000/D3100/D7000/D5100)!

Our GPS cables  are unique, versatile (upgradeable) and affordable. As tradition of our innovative ideas, we make the main cables (Garmin E or R type, Rino, Foretrex, Magellan, Lowrance  etc) which you can connect to many interchangeable PDA and PC interfaces, and now the Nikon Camera interface, so that you can add additional interfaces (or change) at low cost, as and when you change a new PDA. Our GPS cables are compatible with most recent GPS as follow:
Garmin E-type (prefix-GE) - eMap, all Etrex (except color models), Geko 201/301 see: what GPS can/cannot be used
Garmin R-type (prefix-GR) - all Garmin GPS with Round plugs   GPSV/60/76/72  Older GPS output NMEA 2.0 so cannot be used see : what GPS can/cannot be used
Garmin Rino (prefix-GO) - Rino 110, 120, 130.
Garmin Foretrex (prefix-GX2) - Foretrex 201, 101
Magellan (prefix-GM) - SporTrak and current Meridian series.
Magellan (prefix-GS) - eXplorist 100/200/300 - though workable, it is not recommended for use with Nikon Camera
Lowrance (prefix-GL) - iFinder, iFinder Pro - These output NMEA 2.0 so incompatible!
Lowrance (prefix-GF) - iFinder H2O, Map/Music, Hunt, PhD  These output NMEA 2.0 so incompatible!

If you already have the above GPS, all you need is the connecting cable.
Features: 
Compact, light and short. 
Connect to our extensive range of handheld GPS cables 
3.5 mm jack for connecting optional shutter release PTT1. (GNGD9 has 2.5mm jack so use PTT2
Cable length: 15 cm
Interface cable: GND2 for D2/3 series D200  + GND2 + GEDC + PTT1 (option) + eTrex -
To connect your Nikon and GPS, you need 2 parts - Nikon interface - GND2 (for D2/3 series)  and GPS cable - e.g. GEDC for eTrex.

Following cable sets are for Nikon  D2X/D2Xs/D2Hs/D200/D3/D300/D700:
CODE Consist of for connecting to GPS: price in US$
GEGND2 GND2 + GEDC Garmin eTrex series (NOT color models) Geko201/301see: what GPS can/cannot be used 48.50
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GRGND2 GND2 + GRDC Garmin GPS with Round connectorGPSV/60/76/72 see: what GPS can/cannot be used 47.90
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GOGND2 GND2 + GODC Garmin Rino 110, 120, 130  (not 5xx series) 49.90
Buy It
GXGND2 GND2 + GXDC Garmin Foretrex 101, 201(201 requires cradle 42.00
Buy It
GMGND2 GND2 + GMDC Magellan SporTrak/Meridian series, Map3xx. 49.50
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G9GND2 GND2 + G9XPM Connect to any compatible GPS with PC serial cable (equivalent to Nikon's MC-35) 47.50
Buy It

Following cable sets are for Nikon D90/D5000/D3100/D7000/D5100:

Must read
Tips on using GNC

Features: 
Compact, light and short. 
Connect to our extensive range of handheld GPS cables 
2.5 mm jack (GNCAD) for connecting optional shutter release PTT2. (or any Canon 2.5mm type remote release) 
 

GNGD9  Interface cable set: 
(GNC + GNGD + GNCAD)
Connect GNC + GNGD to appropriate GPS Cable - e.g. GEDC. GNCAD is optional and not required most of the time. Connect to top or bottom depending on your camera and/or situation. -
To connect your Nikon D90/D5000/D3100/D7000 and GPS, you need 3 parts - Nikon GPS port connector GNC + GNGD  and GPS cable - e.g. GEDC for eTrex.
CODE Consist of for connecting to GPS: price in US$
GEGNG9 GNGD9 + GEDC Garmin eTrex series (NOT color models) Geko201/301see: what GPS can/cannot be used 48.50
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GRGNG9 GNGD9 + GRDC Garmin GPS with Round connectorGPSV/60/76/72 see: what GPS can/cannot be used 47.90
Buy It
GOGNG9 GNGD9 + GODC Garmin Rino 110, 120, 130  (not 5xx series) 49.90
Buy It
GXGNG9 GNGD9 + GXDC Garmin Foretrex 101, 201(201 requires cradle 42.00
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GMGNG9 GNGD9 + GMDC Magellan SporTrak/Meridian series, Map3xx. 49.50
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G9GNG9 GNGD9 + G9XPM Connect to any compatible GPS with PC serial cable. 47.50
Buy It
No manual or documentation will be supplied with cable. Please see how the cable works here.
CODE Consist of for connecting to GPS: price in US$
GEGND9 GND9 + GEDC Garmin eTrex series (NOT color models) Geko201/301see: what GPS can/cannot be used 48.50
discontinued
GRGND9 GND9 + GRDC Garmin GPS with Round connectorGPSV/60/76/72 see: what GPS can/cannot be used 47.90
discontinued
GOGND9 GND9 + GODC Garmin Rino 110, 120, 130  (not 5xx series) 49.90
discontinued
GXGND9 GND9 + GXDC Garmin Foretrex 101, 201(201 requires cradle 42.00
discontinued
GMGND9 GND9 + GMDC Magellan SporTrak/Meridian series, Map3xx. 49.50
discontinued
G9GND9 GND9 + G9XPM Connect to any compatible GPS with PC serial cable. 47.50
discontinued

Options and extras:
CODE - Part description price in US$
GND2 PcM GPS interface for Nikon D2X/D2Xs/D2Hs/D200/D3/D300 see: what GPS can/cannot be used  -  has 3.5mm jack for shutter release
length: 15cm   -  connects to one of our GPS cables below, or buy a package at reduced price above.
36.50
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GND9 PcM GPS interface for Nikon D90/D5000/D3100 see: what GPS can/cannot be used
length: 15cm   -  connects to one of our GPS cables below, or buy a package at reduced price above.
Note: GND9 has 2.5mm jack for BOTH data and shutter release.  So make sure you connect the correct jack.
36.50
discontinued
GNGD9
PcM GPS interface set for Nikon D90/D5000/D3100/D7000 see: what GPS can/cannot be used
length: 18cm   -  connects to one of our GPS cables below, or buy a  package above at reduced price.
Consists of GNC + GNGD + GNCAD (optional connection)
If you prefer  GNC2  instead of  GNC  please state in the special instruction on your order.
36.50 Buy It
GNGD GPS Interface - connect GNC/GNC2 and PcM GPS Cable 19.95
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GNC New GPS port adapter for Nikon D90/D5000/D3100/D7000/D5100 (D90 series)
Features: 
1. Small, compact, unobtrusive when connected. 
2. 2 GPS/shutter release ports (top and bottom). GNGD/GNCAD can be connected either way. Designed to fit different cameras in the same cable orientation. 
Deliver power to GNGD when camera is powered on and meter activated.
Must read: Tips on using GNC.
18.95
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GNC2 Same as above except that power is delivered to GPS Interface GNGD whether camera is NO or OFF. This waste camera power, though very little, and is unnecessary. But some users may prefer this for use with dedicated camera GPS other than handheld. 19.95
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GNCAD Adapter for connecting GNC/GNC2 and 2.5mm Canon type shutter release. 2.50
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GEDC PcM GPS cable for Garmin Etrex, eMap, Geko 201/301 see: what GPS can/cannot be used
length: 1 metre
15.00
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GRDC PcM GPS cable for Garmin R-type GPSV/60/76/72 see: what GPS can/cannot be used
length: 1 metre
14.50
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GODC PcM GPS cable for Garmin Rino 110, 120, 130
length: 1 metre
16.00
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GMDC PcM  cable for Magellan GPS (Magellan SporTrak/Meridian series)
length: 1 metre
15.50
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GXDC PcM GPS cable for Garmin Foretrex 101, 201(201 requires cradleunder developement
length: 1.0 metre    see: what GPS can/cannot be used
6.50
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G9XPM PcM PDA>Serial GPS Interface
one end (2.5mm plug) goes to our GND2, other end (DB9 male) goes to serial cable of your GPS.
length: 1 metre
14.00
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PTT1 Detachable remote shutter release (3.5mm plug for connecting to GND2 only
compact, light and short, cable length:30cm 
Convenient length for tripod use
7.95
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PTT2 Detachable remote shutter release (2.5mm plug (Canon type) for connecting to GNCAD only
compact, light and short, cable length:20cm 
Convenient length for tripod use
6.95
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CA35E Shutter release extension cable for PTT1 cable length: 1.0 metre 
With compatct 3.5mm jack, gold plated connectors.
3.95
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Mounting your GPS on top of camera.

We have made a special hotshoe mount in clear acrylic and short GPS cables so that you can mount the GPS on top of camera.
CODE - Part description price in US$
NCM1 Clear Acrylic hotshoe mount with velcro top - see GPS mounting examples
This is specially handcrafted and not available anywhere else, saving you a lot of DIY work. 
Vecro is cut to size and supplied separately as customers may have different ideas. 
9.95
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GESDC PcM GPS cable for Garmin Etrex, eMap, Geko 201/301 (SHORT version of GEDC)
cable length: 8cm      Total length with GND2 = 25cm 
Add optional extension CA25E to connect GPS off camera
14.50
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GRSDC PcM GPS cable for Garmin R-type GPSV/60/76/72 (SHORT version of GRDC)
cable length: 8cm     Total length with GND2 = 25cm
Add optional extension CA25E to connect GPS off camera
14.00
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GXSDC PcM GPS cable for Garmin Foretrex 101 (SHORT version of GXDC)
cable length: 8cm     Total length with GND2 = 25cm
Add optional extension CA25E to connect GPS off camera
5.50
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CA25E Extension data cable for use with above short interface to connect GPS off camera, or as extension for PTT2
Cable length: 100cm
3.50
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Camera Interface and short GPS cable package at reduced price:  ( Shutter Release PTT1 is optional )
CODE Consist of for connecting to GPS: price in US$
GESGND GND2 + GESDC Garmin eTrex series (NOT color models) Geko201/301see: what GPS can/cannot be used 57.45
Buy It
GRSGND GND2 + GRSDC Garmin GPS with Round connectorGPSV/60/76/72 see: what GPS can/cannot be used  56.95
Buy It
GXSGND GND2 + GXSDC Garmin Foretrex 101, 201(201 requires cradle 49.45
Buy It
If you are going to use only ONE GPS and have no intention of changing or using additional GPS you can use these even shorter non-interchangeable cable making on-camera GPS installation neater and look smarter. See GPS mounting examples
CODE - Part description price in US$
GNDGE Connecting Cable for Nikon D2/3 series to GPS cable for Garmin Geko 201/301, Etrex, eMap, 
cable length: 15cm                               Shutter Release PTT1 is optional
Note: If you use D2X and like to include GPS compass data you should purchase GESGND as GNDGE is too short to connect GPS in the correct orientation on top of hotshoe. You can disregard this if you use D200.
45.00
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GNDGX Connecting Cable for Nikon D2/3 series to GPS cable for Garmin Foretrex 101 (nor for 201)
cable length: 15cm                               Shutter Release PTT1 is optional
42.95
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We apologise for making available such large selection of cables !!! If you are confused as to what to choose please do not hesitate to write to us for clarification and/or advice, stating what GPS (if any) you have, and how (in what situation) you want to use it (assuming you already have the camera).

Some people are concerned over the push on type connector we are using (with GND2) having experienced some shutter releases using the same type.
However, we consider the push on type connector better than the screw on type of the nikon original. We find that it can take up to a minute to connect/disconnect the screw on connector while the push in type can be connected/disconnected quickly. .
Many customers' dislike of the push in connector may be due to the connector they have used being tight and not well fitted. You will find that the connector we have made push in and pull out easily. Though there is a possibility that it can easily be pulled out by accident, we find that once it is connected there is hardly any chance of any pulling action on the cable so this is not an issue.

Connect your GPS to PDA and camera at the same time - if you ever want to do that, it is possible with our cables. See examples here. Just treat your camera as another PDA.

DIY GPS cable and shutter release (GND2) - you want to make your own? Here is how.

If you have special requirements/suggestions please write to us at nikon (at) pc-mobile.net

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Warranty: 6 months

FAQ:
Q: Is it compatible with D5000/D3100 ?
A: Yes.

Q: What is the difference between GND2 and Nikon's MC-35?
A: They are the same type of device - TTL>RS232 converter - for connecting Nikon cameras to GPS with RS232 serial output. But the electronics are different. Also not all GPS have the same NMEA serial output. So it is possible that some GPS will work with MC-35 but not GND2, and vice versa. All the GPS we have tested so far that work with MC-35 also work with GND2. But Garmin Geko and Foretrex will not work with MC-35 but our GND2 does.!
GND9 for D90 works the same but Nikon has not even produced a similar part .

Q: What is the best GPS to use?
A: This is not the sort of question we should answer. There are many GPS on the market that are suitable. What we can say is that we offer connecting cables for many models and may be that is where you should start. But even the list of supported models is long. Different models offer different features and at different prices to suit different individuals. If you have never used a GPS before, you may have been missing out some fun, let alone the usefulness of it, as you are contemplating the use with the camera now.
As for use solely with the camera, a cheap, small handheld is best. - We would recommend Garmin foretrex 101, Geko 201/301 because of their small size. These can be mounted on the camera hotshoe with a DIY adapter (aka redhen system), or with our NCM1.
If you do not want to mount the GPS on the hotshoe, then any GPS will do. The normal cable is long enough so that you can put the GPS in your pocket of camera bag if you are shooting without tripod everywhere and anywhere. There are lots other use of the GPS other than connecting to the camera. We are sure most customers would already have a GPS when visiting here to look for cables. Having said that, we would recommend a small standalone handheld with its own display so you know what is going on by looking at it. A mouse GPS is never ideal even if it works, a bluetooth GPS is also not recommended though we are looking into the feasibility of a bluetooth module which many may prefer but there are many limitations to overcome so we are not hopeful at this stage.
On balance of size, features, performance and usefullness, we would recommend you to have a look at Garmin 60 series particularly the newer color ones (not cheap though) which may be the best handheld GPS on today's market.

Q: My GPS is not listed as supported by Nikon, will it work?
A: We are sure Nikon tested only a few models (so do we!). As long as your GPS can be configured to out NMEA 2.1 (or newer), it should work. And that covers most GPS on today's market. Oh yes, another requirement is that it has a serial output with option for PC serial connection. Some newer GPS have done away with serial port and only support USB (such as Garmin eTrex Color models, Magellan eXplorist), so these models are not suitable.
If your GPS is on our list, it should be compatible (we have tested some, but not all). Therefore only GPS with a serial port will work.

If you have questions related to above products please write to: pcmnikon (at) pc-mobile.net
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