A Geotagging Roundup: Aperture 3, Casio Exilim EX-10HG

Aperture 3 was released earlier this month; the new release adds the geotagging features we previously saw in iPhoto ’09. (Previous versions of Aperture required plugins — for example, Maperture.) An important difference, noted by CNet’s comparison of the “carryover features” found in iPhoto ’09 and now Aperture 3, is that Aperture 3 supports importing tracks from GPS loggers. More on Aperture 3’s Places features.

Casio’s Exilim EX-10HG digital camera, with a built-in GPS and accelerometers to determine location indoors, was featured as a prototype at CES last month; it now appears that it will be released in October.