While the camera somewhat resembles today’s traditional, APS-C format mirrorless cameras, it is anything but traditional. The sensor is a 40-megaray Light Field CMOS sensor, which produces infinite focus points of each image captured. [Read more...]
Lytro has announced the new Lytro Illum as a more traditional DSLR-style body but still featuring the focus-later imagery we’ve come to know from Lytro. [Read more...]
Lytro is bringing manual controls to its cameras via free firmware update. The new controls available through the update are as follows: [Read more...]
Lytro, Inc. has announced availability of its new light field camera, which allows users to choose the focus point in the post production process, rather than at the scene. Initially, the camera will be available in 8GB and 16GB built-in storage versions, priced at $399 and $499, respectively. They should be available in early 2012.
Check out the video from Cnet below for a demo of its use. [Read more...]
Lytro plans on introducing a consumer-oriented camera in the near future that allows users to refocus after the fact. Try it out on the photo above and then check out the video below that explains more about the tech and Lytro’s marketing intentions. [Read more...]