The internet is all a-buzz about light field photography, a method of taking pictures where the entire light field is captured on the camera’s sensor. The new camera, which brings light field photography to life, is a Lytro.
The camera takes pictures without the worry of setting a focus point. You do that later in postprocessing.
Since the camera captures all of the light from every direction, it’s especially useful for taking low-light images without a flash.
Not only can the photographer play with the focus, so can the viewer.
The camera comes out later this year.
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