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  1. I'll chime in with my .02 worth. I went from a Garmin V to the 60CSx. I know that's a big jump but the CSx is amazing when it comes to locking on to signal. I've had signal lock at times in 10 seconds or less after power on. It's a great unit!
  2. I'm sorry I'm not being clear. I used a program called "LoadMyTracks" to download my saved tracks from my gps to my Macintosh computer. The file format that was downloaded was .gpx. I next loaded that .gpx file into a program called "GPSPhotoLinker" which is a program that will compage date/time's on the track points to date/time's stamped on the digital photos and link those that match up within a set of parameters. The problem is that the "GPSPhotoLiner" software reported that the date/time was not recorded on my track points. Manually opening the .gpx file shows that the only info present is the lat, lon, ele and point name. Daren
  3. I understand the date/time is stored with "active" tracks. What is considered an active track? I assume you mean active as in recording positions. Too bad this is the case. I was wanting to do some geotaging of photographs. I can still do it but not as an automatic process as would be possible if the date/time were recorded.
  4. Hi, Wondering if anyone knows if it is possible to set the Garmin 60csx to record the date/time with the waypoints and tracks? If it is possible I can't seem to figure it out. Thanks, Daren
  5. Daren3006


    Law enforcement for 8 years in NW Iowa. Do some of my caching on my "slow" overnights...
  6. N0WOK - Milford, IA Daren3006
  7. Exactly what are you planning on using your radio for? If you are just wanting to use radio to keep in contact with others during a cache hunt then perhaps the family service radios would work better for you..... Just an idea... Ham radio is a hobby in itself. Daren
  8. Hi, When setting coordinates for your geocache do you use your GPS "average" location feature?
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