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Hi, I've had my X-T4 Black body since the 29th May. Today I went out on my first real shoot and opted to have GPS location inserted in the Photo's Metadata. This is accomplished in conjunction with the Fuji Camera Remote App. During my 1 hour walk-about the viewfinder/screen was constantly showing a little red icon presumably indicated logging of the GPS coordinates. I use Lightroom CC to organise my shots and this allows you to view the location where you took the shot. On import all the photos contained GPS data and yet when viewed on a map it showed that the location data was defaulting to my home location. In other words the location was incorrectly logged. Has anybody else tried this function? Did it work as expected? I use an iPhone 8 withe the latest version of iOS and the latest update of the Camera Remote App. Thank you for any help you could give.
I'm new at this forum. I can't find topics about GPS when using the top search field. So if there are, please excuse me for this question and help me to find those topics. I'm currently using Nikon gear for my travel. I am considering switching to Fuji for that. One of the issues I have with Fuji is the possibilities of GPS tracking. For Nikon I use the GP-1 GPS unit connected to my main camera. That gives me a very accurate trail of GPS locations in all of my images from that camera. Especially when I'm shooting in nature reserves I like to know my location at the time of shooting. As far as I am aware of now, Fuji does not have such a unit like the Nikon GPS or support one. There is a possibility to get a GPS connection from your smartphone but as far as I recall that's not on a regular base. So I tried to use a GPS-app (GeotagPhotos2) on my iPhone and merge the GPS data later on in Lightroom. The merging part worked flawlessly but I was really disappointed by the sloppy accuracy of the iPhone. How do you Fuji users get accurate GPS data in your files?