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It may seem like a minor thing, but many compacts are sold as-is internationally, or are expected to travel widely. And GPS-enabled devices are restricted or forbidden because they are, technically, military technology. It may be less of an issue now, with the ubiquity of mobile phones. (Which raises a counter-argument: are mobiles for sale internationally ...


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It must have to do with cost. Adding GPS adds to the cost and they don't want to out price the cameras on the market. In all honesty, I have GPS on a small compact Canon I had picked up and at first it was neat, until I realized how badly it drained the battery. Now when I use it, the GPS stays turned off. If you're not going to use that feature, my ...



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