1. Set date and time in camera from Desktop automatically from computer time AND manually. (Often traveling across time zones, I want to set the camera time so that EXIF/IPTC create time can be UTC for automatic geotagging of exported JPEGS from a GPS location track.)
2. Export all relevant EXIF with JPEGs. (As it is now, manually embedding metadata in the images is very laborious as even exposure time has to be guessed.)
3. Basic Lytro live image modification: incremental rotation, crop, exposure, contrast, white balance.
4. "All in focus" for image export.
5. High quality, RAW single image export. (There's a huge, high resolution sensor in there!)
6. Slider for choosing focus point. (Images with high density of artifacts in foreground are often difficult to refocus.)
7. Manage images on the camera. (Selective and batch delete.)
8. Synchronize Lytro libraries over several computers. (Now, the only way I can make sure I have the same pictures on any of my 3 Macs, is by never deleting anything on the camera. As a "hidden workaround" in a simple upgrade, this could be fixed by allowing Lytro Destop to scan and update its archive on startup, allowing us to synchronize the image libraries between computers - or at the very least allowing images to be re-imported to the camera in order to use it to move images between computers.)
9. Batch export of selected images.
10. Manage (not modify) images in Adobe Lightroom by allowing Lightroom to scan the local Lytro library and import thumbnails and then switching to Lytro Desktop when "Edit image" is requested.
11. Function to export Lytro live images locally for embedding in ones own website.