The Natmap Raster 250K 2008 map (formerly in ECW format) has been converted for easy use with OziExplorer, OziExplorerCE and OziExplorer Android.
The 250K map is for use with PC OziExplorer, OziExplorer Android and OziExplorerCE.
NOTE: The 250K map is in OZF4 format and cannot be used with other software.
The download is a self installing exe file. To use the maps in PC OziExplorer, run the install and the map will be installed under the OziExplorer maps folder. To use the maps To use the maps with OziExplorerCE or OziExplorer Android it is simply a matter of copying the "Maps" folder from the "OziExplorer \Maps" folder to the OziExplorer/Maps folder on the memory card of the Android or Windows CE device.
Download links are provided for the following maps :
Advantages of the OZF4 format for use with OziExplorer, OziExplorerCE and OziExplorer Android
Smaller size - The map is the same resolution as the original but is only 1.8 GBytes in size (original is 2.82 GBytes) which allows it to fit on smaller memory cards (for OziExplorerCE and OziExplorer Android).
Faster map scrolling - The 250K map has been converted to the OziExplorer map image format (ozf4) so provides faster operation in OziExplorerCE, OziExplorer Android and PC OziExplorer. This is particularly important in OziExplorerCE and OziExplorer Android where ecw map images are slow to read.
Improved North/South, East/West Scaling - The map has been reprojected to the Mercator map projection - this gives a more linear scale for different latitudes. The images below show a waypoint in Tasmania with a 2km proximity circle drawn around it, the image on the left is the original Natmap in the geographic map projection (Latitude/Longitude) and shows the distortion of the proximity circle. The image on the right is the map in the Mercator map projection, the proximity circle looks like a circle. Please note - the original Natmap works ok as the software knows about the distortion, its just a visual thing.
Maps to download in this purchase
View a section of the 250K map
View a section of the Landsat 7 Satellite mapBACK