All .jpg photo files contain an EXIF
GPS data is stored in the EXIF.
GPS in cameras is relatively new and there is not much software available that can read the GPS part of EXIF.
But GPS is growing more popular and new things are coming to the market.
To see the latest information, I suggest you start at:
You will find several links there that should be interesting to you.
When viewing the photo's on the camera, the GPS data is displayed OK, (location, historical landmarks and places etc...). I transferred all the pictures to my computer and used the Photofun studio software supplied with the camera. All GPS data is still ok. The question I have, is how do I get all the data to stay on the pictures if I transfer them to a file for printing on a different source? Seems that the data is only displayed if I use the photofun software. I want to take the file to a store for printing and have the GPS data on the pictures. I took the memory stick out and went to Walgreens to print the pictures, but no data was on the pictures, not even the date the picture was taken. Printing them on my computer using photofunstudio will work, but it would take a long time, and go through a lot of ink. Any ideas on how to get the data to display without using photofun studio?