Nikon has recently released their latest rugged point-and-shoot camera, the AW-100. Jam-packed with extras including the Scene menus, the AW-100 can choose predetermined settings for all types of conditions.
An impressive addition to the AW-100 is the GPS feature that includes a built-in map and compass. Although the map is basic and doesn't list street names, it does show the road system and track where you've been. Additionally, all photos taken outside will be geotagged to include the latitude and longitude coordinates of the photo's location. You can then upload the geotagged photos to either Google Maps, Nikon's own editing software, or Garmin Basecamp.
After testing out a few of the rugged cameras, I found the Nikon's AW-100 to be a strong competitor. The camera is both sturdy and waterproof, two key components of outdoor styles. I like how the e-compass marks the directional heading on both the display viewer and the saved photos. Plus, the underwater mode is easy to access and records crisp, clear images. All my geotagged photos clearly showed up on the camera's map, along with a reference to my current position.