There's a clear anomaly in the current line-up of RPi products (Pi2, A+, Zero) in that the A+ is still stuck on 256MB memory. However it's the ideal platform (in every other way) for camera projects. For all other "Model A" uses, obviously the Zero is the best choice (once it's back in stock!!) - however, it lacks the critical camera connector. Therefore, for embedded camera-based projects, only the A+ remains in the lineup. However most camera projects require at least 128MB GPU memory, leaving too little for processing such as motion capture, etc.
So, RPi Foundation folks, please put us out of our misery and tell us when you plan to start using 512MB Memory chips on the A+???
Thanks for starting such an incredible computing revolution!!