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Billlee 8 5.5k England
4 Jan 2012 3:25PM
Came across this How would you like to re-focus AFTER you have taken the shot ?

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Big Bri 13 15.7k United Kingdom
4 Jan 2012 3:32PM
Amazing!


(that you've been on here 5 years and not seen all the other posts about this) Wink
pulsar69 10 1.6k 6 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2012 3:49PM
Ive been on here longer and not seen this article before , having read it tho i can see why. Its a nice concept but rather an overpriced novelty with maybe some scientific applications. I mean it doesnt really tyake that long to focus on what you want does it !
KenTaylor e2
10 3.0k 2 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2012 4:03PM
Here is a few threads about it
ianrobinson e2
5 1.2k 8 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2012 4:55PM
It's an over priced novalty at this moment in time imho.
Billlee 8 5.5k England
4 Jan 2012 6:05PM

Quote:Amazing!


(that you've been on here 5 years and not seen all the other posts about this) Wink



So OK, I need to get a life Wink
gary_d 7 575 13 Wales
4 Jan 2012 6:38PM
I would say you do have a life and not stuck in forums. - gary
ketch e2
7 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
4 Jan 2012 7:09PM
Its amazing - I have been around just as long and this is the first time i've seen this too. Is there something wrong with the way forums work I wonder?

Remarkable new technology that will eventually transform the way we all capture images (but not how we take photographs - I guess). This is certainly something that is worth watching - but why have none of the big guys taken this up? The answer is simple, right at the moment their business plans are based on sales through established technology. If they throw everything up in the air with something so potentially groundbreaking who knows what will come down. Eventually one of them will break rank though (and it won't be one of the big two - too much to lose) and probably this year. In the meantime the Lytos (have I got that right?) team will reap what they can. Very interesting, wish I had heard about it earlier!!
User_Removed 5 1.4k England
4 Jan 2012 7:44PM

Quote: but why have none of the big guys taken this up?


The answer is its old technology, not scalable because of the poor image quality. - which fundamentally cannot be removed from the equation.

Demonstrated heavily by Adobe, Nikon (in microscopes) and utilized by canon for years in their high speed imaging devices.

Seriously people add "reddit" to your web frequented list.
MikeA 10 1.2k England
4 Jan 2012 8:10PM

Quote:Amazing!


(that you've been on here 5 years and not seen all the other posts about this) Wink

So OK, I need to get a life Wink



I think you have just confirmed that you do have one :=)
Billlee 8 5.5k England
4 Jan 2012 11:42PM
Thanks Gary and Mike for the moral support ... Teach me to go starting threads!!
User_Removed 10 3.3k 4 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2012 11:48PM
Can we turn it into a God thread Billee?
Billlee 8 5.5k England
5 Jan 2012 12:53AM

Quote:Can we turn it into a God thread Billee?


We could, but I would have to ask you, and I, what would be our motive for doing so Wink
pulsar69 10 1.6k 6 United Kingdom
5 Jan 2012 9:12AM

Quote:but why have none of the big guys taken this up?

The answer is its old technology, not scalable because of the poor image quality. - which fundamentally cannot be removed from the equation.

Demonstrated heavily by Adobe, Nikon (in microscopes) and utilized by canon for years in their high speed imaging devices.

Seriously people add "reddit" to your web frequented list.




I noticed the somewhat abismal quality of the demos on their website and presumed this was just poor compression for web , if thats the case they are never going to amount to anything , why would you want one ?
Big Bri 13 15.7k United Kingdom
5 Jan 2012 9:56AM
I didn't see a way on the demo (although I am sure there must be a way) of having the whole photo in focus...

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