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  • New release EO topo

    EO released last week their 200K mapset. If anyone goes down this path, it would be interesting to hear your thoughts.

    http://www.exploroz.com/Shop/ExplorOz+EOTopo_200K.aspx
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    I've just played with it through their website http://www.exploroz.com/EOTopo/Default.aspx#rqc_tabs=2

    Can be used online for free without all the POI's etc. The colors and shading seem to work quite well, my biggest issue currently is I am using a Samsung galaxy s3 for navigation and find it hard to read maps quickly on the move due to the colors of tracks/backgrounds etc. Obviously not the most detail on small tracks due to being 200k but better than I expected from my little browse on it before.
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      For something at this price the detail level is pretty much useless, there are better alternatives out there and for the same (or even better detail level) even free topo maps for most states.
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      • #4
        I'm no mapping guru that's for sure, but at the price I think the detail is not much better than the 1:250k maps you can get for free from the GA website.
        The ExploreOz map is more up to date going by the little I looked at online but I haven't updated my 1:250k maps for a number of years so for sure.


        Oh, and I just worked out how to see/use ECW maps on Ozi
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        • #5
          It is the GA 1:250k but overlayed and turned into a vector map.
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          • #6
            All I can say is that most tracks you would need are totally missing in my area, so it must be similar in other areas.
            I would not waste money on a map that is only useful as an overview when going interstate...
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