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MC-35 GPS Serial Adapter Cord

Connects GPS devices to camera’s 10 pin connector via PC cable supplied by manufacturer of GPS device.
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Does this enable gps coordinates to be recorded in video mode in real time? If not is there another product which does?

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The MC-35 enables select Nikon D-SLRs with a 10 pin connector, to be connected to NMEA-0183 protocol compatible GPS (Global Positioning System) units, such as GARMIN™ and MAGELLAN™ for recording GPS positioning information and time signals synchronous to UTC (Universal Coordinated Time) within image data files during shooting (not with video).
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Is there a product which will allow the MC-35 to be used with a DSLR which has the square connector for GPS (ie uses the GP1-CA90 cable for GP-1A)?

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