08 August, 2014: The Lytro camera won’t be ignored. Just one glance at the arresting design of this long, rectangular device and you’ll understand that the Lytro represents a complete rethink of the camera industry as we know it.
Instead of relying on the standard sensor found in other digital imaging devices and cameras, Lytro outfits this camera with an array of microlenses that allow it to capture the color, intensity, and vector direction of rays of light. Called light-field photography, the technology allows the camera to shoot instantly without the need to focus first.
When you press the shutter release, the camera collects light from all directions. Next, the camera’s software compiles what’s basically a 3D map of the captured image. Once you post the photo, anyone with the URL can refocus the image by clicking on a new area of focus. Both battery and memory — 8GB for about 350 shots or 16GB for 750 shots — are built in and nonremovable, and a Micro-USB port is used for charging and transfers.
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