In a not-even-new-year-yet post, Gizmodo's Michael Hession tells us what features we should be demanding on our in-phone cameras for 2013. For the most part it's unremarkable; a list of features that still have Michael reaching for his point-and-shoot (or, in the case of his request for RAW image format, his SLR). Where he misses the point though is in repeatedly calling out for camera features that have already featured on a smartphone (he gives specific examples) but where their inclusion led to a compromised experience. The whole article is prefaced with a blanket wish for the Galaxy's camera in an iPhone 5 thin body. Well, duh. Design is about choices Michael, and five minutes with the Samsung Galaxy Smart Camera monstrosity will tell you that.