Whilst touring in Europe a few weeks ago, I pondered the downsides of snapping hundreds of pictures on a vacation then looking at them a couple months from now and wondering where the hell and what the hell they are. I voiced my opinion of the greatest tourism camera ever: A pistol-grip affair with an included microphone (voice recognition, of course), so that the pictures would all be CAPTIONED with the date, time, place, and what (the fuck) I was looking at. At any later time, the captions could be edited, moved around, reformatted, or eliminated altogether, but the wondering about the details would be eliminated. To illustrate: You are standing in front the shrine of Our Lady of Comesichiama in Casa di Putana, Italy, as you snap the picture you say into the microphone, "April 3rd, morning, [details]..." When you download the pictures on your computer, the caption shows up at the bottom of the shot. Does this camera exist? Why or why not?