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Calibration : Before each use, the O-GPS1 must be calibrated for optimum results.

What is calibration?

Calibration is a means of properly adjusting the O-GPS1's setup so the GPS unit can obtain accurate location data. The O-GPS1 must be calibrated before each use.
There are two types of calibration: simple calibration for general use, and "high-precision calibration" for the ASTROTRACER function.

How to calibrate

Recall the calibration screen from the camera's main menu.
Rotate the camera at least 180 degrees in three directions, as illustrated above.
When the O-GPS1 is successfully calibrated, the letters "OK" will appear on the camera's LCD monitor.

Calibration for general use

Recall the calibration screen from the camera's main menu, and move the camera as instructed in the illustration and video above.

Rotate the camera at least 180¡ë in each direction.

Completed

High-precision calibration for ASTROTRACER function

Recall the high-precision calibration screen from the camera's main menu, and move the camera as shown in the illustration and video above.

High-precision calibration : Rotate the camera at least 180¡ë in each direction.

High-precision calibration : Completed

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