The Nikon GP-1 microsite offers a selection of geotagged images shot in Australia, Finland, India, Japan, Norway and Switzerland with the GP-1, with the locations at which each image was captured indicated on a world map. As well as technical information on how GPS systems work, there's also a range of information on the GP-1 device and Nikon's ViewNX software. This includes specifications, a description of the device's parts and their functions, details on how to attach it to a camera or computer, and how to view geotagged images in ViewNX. The site also indicates that geotagged images can be useful with certain photo sharing sites, and with third-party mapping software such as Google Maps.
The Nikon D-Movie microsite, meanwhile, offers seven video clips demonstrating the movie recording capabilities of recent Nikon digital SLRs. There are two movies apiece shot with the D5000, D300S, and D3S, while one further movie was captured with the D90. For each movie, the lens (or lenses) used are listed, and a brief summary of the shooting conditions and intent of the video are provided. Most videos also include details on the photographer responsible for the clip. Other features of the microsite include tips on shooting movies with a DSLR, and a list of advantages to be found in DSLR movie capture.
Both microsites also include a frequently asked questions section.