I wonder if you would be interested in a camera that could automatically download images to your computer the moment you walked in the front door. Or a camera that could automatically update its own firmware, or one that you could connect directly to a photo-sharing website, or one that could beam its live view to a remote-control screen where you could alter menu settings. In other electronic devices these functions sound normal, but in cameras it all seems futuristic. Press photographers have been using wireless connections for some time to rocket their breaking news images to the picture desk, but now we are seeing the same technology in enthusiast and consumer cameras. Samsung has brought what it does so well in its phones to its latest NX compact system cameras, while Nikon has distilled what it does for its professionals and is offering it to purchasers of the D3200. I wonder how much the average photographer wants Wi-Fi, or really appreciates what it does. For those of us who came from film it is a curious step, but if we love digital photography for its convenience and instant nature, Wi-Fi connections perhaps make perfect sense. I’m sure it might be the future. Take part in this weeks poll Would you want Wi-Fi in our camera? by clicking on the link.