Lytro Camera Score Details DT Recommended Product “Lytro is compelling, fun, and amazing, and while you might question whether the first go is worth the price, you wouldn’t regret the purchase.” Easy to use, good looking Software is an extremely nice complement As cliché as it sounds, the images are magic Inconvenient to use, especially the small screen and annoying zoom Without the focus-refocus element, images are average at best The Lytro camera is a difficult one to review because it’s nothing like we’ve ever seen before — or like anyone’s seen before, for that matter. Unlike a normal camera that you focus then shoot, images captured with the Lytro can actually be refocused after you shoot. Since the photos first took the world by storm, we’ve clicked and re-clicked, focused and re-focused. While in essence, Lytro has existed in the form of the plenoptic camera, this type of technology hasn’t made it into consumer electronics until now. And while there’s no denying the amazing experience, it’s clear that this is a first iteration of what’s absolutely a promising future. Refresher: Light-field photography The Lytro’s sensor isn’t like other camera sensors. It’s a light-field sensor that captures 11 million rays… Read full this story
- Pictures: First look at the Lytro camera
- Photos: Hands-on with the new craze in cameras, Lytro
- Lytro unveils its digital camera
- Lytro heads into production, readies for debut
- Lytro: The camera that could change photography forever
- Inside Lytro: the light field camera gets an FCC tear down
- Lytro CEO channels Elon Musk, promises ‘breakthrough’ products akin to a Tesla S
- Is Lytro a one-trick pony, or the future of photography?
- Refocusing cameras are so last year: Is Lytro at risk of losing its magic?
- Hitachi developing a lensless camera that focuses images after they are captured
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