Somewhat of a side topic from the Mirrorless vs DSLR thread. I think the entire industry is missing the boat on workflow, and innovation is slowly coming from "mirrorless companies." Don't think it's there yet, but a good UI to instantly upload photos from your camera as you can with smart phones should have happened 2-3 years ago.
But how much do we want to do in-camera these days?
A) Camera setup includes logins for your accounts on Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, SmugMug, Flickr, iCloud, Picassa... (you name it, and firmware should add new ones regularly). Touchscreen keyboard for updating posts and metadata.
Cameras should assume iOS/Android/Windows phone or tablet integration. Live view should be standard to these devices via BT or WiFi. Wireless remote tethering built-in. Face it, if you have a digital camera, you have one of these other devices.
C) 20th Century Workflow (in the digital era): based on magnetic card media > JPEG (settings in-camera or RAW with conversion on the desktop computer > Cataloging in something like LightRoom > Post-processing.
--- edited to clarify the good old fashioned workflow, C)
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