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GPS coordinates into a Hummingird 798


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By little fish - Posted on 12 January 2011

Is it possible to put GPS coordinates into a Hummingird 798 and go to that spot? I mean like GPS points you get from a friend or map or handheld?

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Yes you can enter GPS points manually. You will want to consult the manual to get to the screen you need to enter points. From a handheld I would transfer the points via computer using Ozi explorer or GPS Babel.
One more thing. Taking GPS points from a map will get you in what I would call the general area they are not normally exact.

Ray

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