by adam mathes · subscribe · RSS · archive
That digital cameras generally have HDMI ports and not WiFi is an indication of how broken product design is at the major camera companies.
Nobody wants to connect their camera to the back of their television. People want their photos on their computers, attached to emails, and on the web without hassle. The way to do that is with a combination of networking, software, and services that make that transparent.
The only camera that works they way I expect it should in this regard today is the iPhone when used with iCloud and iPhoto.