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In a nutshell1 AGPS (Assisted/Augmented GPS) is a method to help a GPS device determine the position of the GPS satellites by supplying pre-computed data. The data itself changes in time due to the fact that the satellites themselves change in position over time in a manner that can't be expressed by a simple formula directly implemented by the GPS device ...


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Not on screen but, I have a D7000 and serial number for that camera is in the EXIF data of each image it takes. GIMP can view/edit metadata. For my D7000 camera... Open JPG/RAW image in GIMP Menu --> Image/Metadata/View Metadata Select "Exif" tab at top Look in "Exif Tag" column Scroll down and look for "Exif.Nikon3.SerialNumber" The number in the "Value" ...


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This file contain orbits of GPS satellites (simplified). This information is required to calculate the satellites position and with precise time received from satellites to calculate your geographic coordinates. And it is indeed limited to one week data. If you do not update this file you need to switch on you camera and stay in open space with good ...


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I had this problem and I believe it is because of being too close to my subject for the lens I had on and so the camera was unable to autofocus. Even if I tried to focus manually, I was too close to get in focus. Moving back a bit allowed the autofocus to work fine. Or, as was suggested, I could turn off autofocus on the camera and/or on the lens and even ...


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