Most phones try to make it easy to launch the camera app so you can capture photos quickly. That's why Samsung lets you put a camera icon on its lock screen and the LG G2 has its Rear Key button double as a camera launcher. But why tap an icon or press a button when you can gyrate your wrist until a bone pops out? That's the idea behind the Moto X's Quick Capture Camera, which, in our experience, takes some pretty rapid, violent twisting before it will wake up and let you take a photo. Perhaps this device should quick dial an orthopedist for you instead.