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The Lytro Light Field Camera has recently been updated with a new firmware that allows you to manually set the ISO and shutter speeds. The new firmware also promises improved image quality, so we have delayed our review while we re-shoot some of our shots to see if there is any noticeable improvement, and these will be included in our full review. The new firmware has let us take our normal ISO test shots with the Lytro, and we've published these below. These have been exported from the Lytro desktop software as flat JPEG images. You'll also find a couple of Lytro photos that have been embedded in this page to show how you can change the focus of the photos.
Lytro Light Field Camera White-balance test images
AWB Tungsten Light
AWB Fluorescent Light
Lytro Light Field Camera ISO test images
Lytro Light Field Camera Specifications
|35mm equivalent||35mm - 300mm|
|CCD pixels||No Data|
|Sensor Type||No Data|
|Sensor Size||No Data|
|Sensor Size (width)||No Data|
|Sensor Size (height)||No Data|
|Screen resolution||128x128 pixels|
|Shutter speeds shortest||1/250sec|
|Shutter speeds longest||8sec|
|ISO sensitivity||80 - 3200|
|Exposure Comp||No Data|
|Continuous shooting||No Data|
|Optical Zoom with Video||No|
|Battery Type||Lithium-Ion, built in|
|Box Contents||Camera, Wrist strap, MicroUSB cable, Lens cloth, Instructions leaflet, Lens cap|