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    • Flensted Studio

      "Plenoptic camera maker Lytro has unveiled its first product - the Lytro Light Field Camera. Available in early 2012, the camera will come in 8Gb and 16Gb versions, costing $399 and $499, and capable of storing 350 and 750 images respectively in their internal memory. The cameras feature a 35-280mm equivalent, constant F2 lens with what the company is calling an 11 megaray sensor, that captures photos that can be refocused after shooting.

    • Danielle Bulgrien

      {I wouldn't mind having this.} The greatest breakthrough in YEARS...yes, YEARS for photography! This is the Lytro Light Field Camera and it allows you to perform "magic". Unlike a conventional camera that captures a single plane of light, the Lytro camera captures the entire light field, which is all the light traveling in every direction in every point in space. Utilizing a single button, this camera instantly captures complete light field data, giving you capabilities you've never had in a regular camera. Since the camera captures the color, intensity, and direction of all the light in a field of vision, you can experience the first major light field capability - focusing AFTER the fact. Focus and re-focus, anywhere in the picture. No lie. You can even post a photo and allow your friends to focus on whatever they want to focus on within the picture! And focusing after the fact, means no auto-focus motor. No auto-focus motor means no shutter delay. You will never MISS another photographic opportunity. The camera boasts an 8x optical zoom with a constant f/2 aperture and is made of extruded anodized aluminum with a shutter button placed at the device's center of gravity. On the reverse side of the lense is an intuitive multi-touch screen and all this in less than 8oz!! Very cool device and amazing technology. 8GB versions in Graphite and Electric Blue retail for $399 and a 16GB Red version sells for $499. Pre-order one now, if you can. While visiting the manufacturer's website at www.lytro.com/camera, click on "Picture Galley" and experience the future: Living Pictures.

    • Eric Richter

      Lytro light field camera. cool gadget. not ready for mainstream. too pricey. still cool though.

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