Garmin Oregon 650

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With an 8 megapixel camera, WAAS and GLONASS compatibility, dual orientation and customizable buttons, the Garmin Oregon 650 GPS offers a rich experience in handheld navigation and photography.

- REI

Take GPS mapping and positioning to a whole new level with the Garmin Oregon 650t. This highly sensitive, highly accurate device uses some of the most advanced technology on the market to enhance your backpacking, kayaking, or road trips, while the built-in camera makes it extra easy to brag about your awesome vacation.

- EMS

The highly sensitive GPS and GLONASS satellite tracking abilities of Garmin's Oregon 650 GPS pair with a 3-axis electronic compass, world basemap, and advanced elevation plot to precisely map and locate where you've been and where you're going. The touchscreen is brilliant and readable even in sunlight and is strengthened to resist trail abuse. The built-in 3.5 GB memory stores up to 4000 waypoints and 200 routes while the state-of-the-art dual battery system lets you use both NiMH rechargeables or traditional AA batteries. Wireless capability lets you share data with other compatible Garmin devices and the built-in 8 MP camera helps you record the highlights of your adventure.

- Mountain Gear

In addition to all the great features typically found on Garmin's handheld GPS units, this cutting-edge navigating tool has photographic memory in the form of an 8 megapixel auto-focus digital camera with 4X zoom. Each photo you take is automatically geotagged with its location so you can always find that spot in the future. With 4 GB of internal memory, there's lots of space for all your shots, and a microSD card slot lets you add even more memory. The Oregon uses the same touch-screen technology that makes Garmin's automotive GPSs so easy to use. It's equipped with a high-sensitivity WAAS- and GLONASS-enabled GPS receiver that provides exceptionally fast position acquisition and excellent accuracy. Preloaded with topographic maps of the entire US including Alaska, Puerto Rico and Hawaii. A microSD card slot can be used for loading other types of maps, data and even photos. Rugged and waterproof, it's built to withstand any kind of weather. Go paperless when geocaching by downloading information for up to four million geocaches. All the information will be displayed onscreen, so you won't need to carry lists of coordinates and descriptions on reams of paper. You can also filter the caches by size, terrain, difficulty and type. Plan your next trip Garmin's BaseCamp software. It lets you view and organize maps, waypoints, routes and tracks. You can even use it to create Garmin Adventures that you can share with friends, family and fellow adventurers. Wireless technology lets you share waypoints, routes and geocache information with compatible Garmin handheld units. Capacity to store 4,000 waypoints, 200 routes and 10,000 track logs. Other features include 3D mapping capability, barometric altimeter, electronic compass and autorouting. Runs for 16 hours on the included rechargeable NiMH battery pack. You can also use two AA batteries, not included. USB port for data transfer to and from your PC; cable included. Imported. Unit dimensions 4.5"H x 2.4"W x 1.3"D. Internal

- L.L.Bean

It's been said that it's not an adventure until something goes wrong, but if you're going to leave aspects of your trip up to chance, the route shouldn't be one of them. Thankfully for you, there's the Garmin Oregon 650T GPS. With a three-inch color touchscreen and a customizable interface, you'll have all the information you need to stick to your route right at your fingertips. There's an eight megapixel camera, which not only takes crisp images, but it geostamps them, allowing you or a friend to find the exact location where the picture was taken. What separates the 650T from the 650 is that it comes pre-loaded with U. S. Topo 100k maps, for highly detailed information about the terrain no matter where you are. If you're really seeking adventure, let something other than the route be the issue. After all, it's better to get stranded at your destination, then be lost some place you really don't want to be in the first place.The 3-inch backlit color screen is protected by the Oregon's rugged body. Not only is it glove-friendly, it's easily visible in sunny conditions. In addition to the included worldwide basemap, the Oregon 650T comes pre-loaded with U. S. Topo 100k maps. You can also load BlueChart marine maps, CityNavigator maps, and Custom Maps via the MicroSD port. If you still need more information, you can download BirdsEye satellite images, and overlay them on your map. Waypoints can be selected off of the mapping feature, or by importing them wirelessly from compatible devices. It's easy to save, modify, and index your routes for future trips. Your waypoints and routes can be shared wirelessly with other users of compatible Garmin GPS devices. By downloading a geocaching . GPX file, you'll have access to hidden caches, for more options on your next outing. Furthermore, you can select different trip profiles for a number of activities, which helps you to organize your information between recreation, driving, boating, and training. The eight megapixel ca...

- Backcountry.com