Jogger: Id like a Windows PC version of this so the cams can be used in a tethered type studio scenario.
An alternative would be to just use an Android emulator and off you go! Might be simpler. :)
refusenik: After looking at the API it's nothng to get too excited about, but at least it opens up opportunities for developing fancy remote triggering apps.
Well since the remote part is quite lacking i sort of disagree. The problem with the WIFI however is that the interface just isn't as fast as pushing a button on the camera and it requires an external device as well.
But with an app that do HDR where one can do 9 shots with the push of a button... well... i'm excited about that. :)
ktmglen: Needs a published WiFi-based API so that I can write my own software on any platform to control the camera and download photos / video.
They just released it!http://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3542311