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Hands On with the New Lytro Camera

1. crisderaud20 October 2011, 5:42 GMT +02:00

For now, it really is just a novel toy. A $399 toy that’s certainly within reach of the photography junky in your life, eager for a new twist on an old concept. That may or may not describe you, but mark our words — when Lytro integrates this kind of tech into a larger, more potent shooter: game over.

http://www.petapixel.com/2011/10/19/hands-on-with-the-new-lytro-camera/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed:+PetaPixel+(PetaPixel)

2. crisderaud20 October 2011, 6:28 GMT +02:00

The camera captures “living pictures” that can be refocused by the photographer and the viewer, meaning focusing is completely eliminated from the process of taking a picture. An 8GB that stores 350 pictures will be priced at $400, while a 16GB with a 750 image capacity will cost $500. The camera will start shipping in early 2012, but you can order one now over on the Lytro website.

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