The Gisteq Photo Tracker, a recent present I received was put to the test by me for the first time today.
When I received the device, it seemed very intuitive to use (having only three buttons) and it did not disappoint much.
One a trip today I left the device in the Dashboard of my car for the whole time and it recorded all the time. When I downloaded the Photos I took today, it warned me once, that there were a couple photos taken when it has no recording real close to it. This happened when the car was parked for some time and the device became idle - no big deal, use the closest time you have as a location and continue. It all worked out very well. The only negative I can report is that, due to the idle timeout of 15 minutes (which can be changed or turned off though) it created 4 trips for my ~200 Mile route. Every time I parked for more than 15 minutes it must have created a new log. I saw on the Gisteq support forum that multiple people requested the ability to merge/split log files so I hope that is coming soon.
Since I shoot in RAW I had to upgrade to the PRO license for $20, the standard one only does JPEG, TIFF etc.
Overall a handy device to have, One I do not have to put onto my cameras hot-shoe.
When downloading the file it writes the location data directly to the RAW files and if you export to flickr, Picasa etc. it will show your Photos on the map.