I don't think that addresses the problem waterwingz is describing. Communicating with CHDK requires a full USB and PTP stack and a custom client implementing the CHDK extensions running on the host. The existing clients generally require the host be something like a PC or raspberry pi.
Logging positions and time of shots and matching them up with images after the fact is probably an easier approach.
I think similar approach is followed here. However, they use a phototransistor to pick up when the red eye reduction LED flashes to sync the created image file with the log entry in the FCU.
I also found this project, do you guys know anything about it (i.e. the hardware)?
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