I am looking for Geotagging addons for Nikon D750. What are the choices apart from the official one from Nikon - which is quite bulky and takes up the hotshoe.

Are there any bluetooth models in the market? Most of the bluetooth models I found via Google seem to have gone out of business.

Thank you.

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    Have you consider to use external GPS logger or mobile phone with such software? – Romeo Ninov Jun 13 '20 at 7:32
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    Most of the bluetooth models I found via Google seem to have gone out of business. An excellent example of why asking for specific product recommendations is deemed not very useful on Photo.SE: after a while the answers are outdated and not useful. Voted to close. Perhaps previous questions on geotagging have more general solutions for your problem? – Saaru Lindestøkke Jul 13 '20 at 16:35
  • I don't think the D750 even supports Bluetooth. The D750 Product specs only mention WiFi. In comparison the D7500 product specs explicitly mention Bluetooth. – Peter M Jul 14 '20 at 12:53
  • Hi @PeterM - D750 doesn't need to support Bluetooth. The items I had found on Google consist of a GPS receiver that you carry on person, connected via bluetooth to this dongle that's plugged into the camera. The receiver passes on the co-ords to the dongle, which then conveys the information to the camera for tagging the photos. – miCRoSCoPiC_eaRthLinG Jul 30 '20 at 8:56
  • @miCRoSCoPiC_eaRthLinG IMHO you should edit your question to show that, because as written, to me, it implies that you expect a bluetooth connection to the camera itself – Peter M Jul 30 '20 at 13:54

I don’t know of Bluetooth gps, but here is a hotshot option For a D750. I have a Nikon Z 6, and the Solmeta unit is small and unobtrusive. Good luck exploring options.


If you are fine with GPS logging from external device I can offer to use this or this for Android. Both work well for me. Also you can use GPS navigation software as GPS logger (I know iGO can do this).

If you are fine with external device something like this can help you.

After this you can use Geotag software to load the GPS logs, resolve the place, city and tag your photo.

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