Missing EXIF Data on Export

Over the last few months I have developed quite a love/hate relationship with A3. It has so many great features, but at times they are over shadowed by slow performance and bugs. The most recent bug to drive me nuts is missing EXIF data, specifically lens model/serial number, flash exp. comp., and focus mode/distance. It doesn't matter how the file was exported, the aforementioned data disappears every time.
A quick forum/web search shows that I am not the only one experiencing this phenomenon, but I was unable to find any solutions. So I guess my question is, has anyone found a fix for this problem?

I share your views. A3 has a lot of great functions. But for this price I would expect to have full geotagger functionality i.e. not only positioning, but also direction inclination angle all kind of data my great Solmeta Geotagger Pro stores in the picture metadata.
Geosetter e free software on PC has all that so why is Apple not able to deliver the same package?

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    Where can I give feedback regarding Aperture?
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