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Anybody tried a Lytro camera yet?


26 Sep 2012 8:47PM
Found this interesting article

and here's their website.

and here's some pictures to play with. Clever what?

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KenTaylor e2
10 3.0k 2 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2012 9:55PM
Pros and cons were shuffled about on here some time ago
ChrisV e2
8 889 26 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2012 11:56PM
They're not selling in the UK at the moment but I got an email today heralding their sale in the Pacific rim. That came with some links to photographs taken in Aus. Some of the most dreadful I've seen in a while. The gimmick of altering the field of focus quickly becomes tired and at the total resolution these cameras are currently capable of (about HD screen res), I can't see how it offers much more than novelty.

A technology to watch perhaps, but for the moment one for the gadget freak methinks.
27 Sep 2012 7:35AM
Umm, should have done a "previous topic" search before posting!
joshwa e2
4 710 United Kingdom
27 Sep 2012 10:48AM
Someone at Photokina actually had one this year! It looks like a little bottle of perfume.
Ade_Osman e2
11 4.5k 36 England
27 Sep 2012 10:56AM
These were talked about sometime ago and I wondered then whether or not they'd be of any use as a macro tool.....I haven't anything on my fun Christmas Pressie list as yet either. So I'm wondering just how much they'll cost and when the release dates will be. Any chance Joshwa of ePz getting their hands on one for a review?

Ade
Ade_Osman e2
11 4.5k 36 England
27 Sep 2012 10:59AM
Oops! Just found the article and ball park price here! Lytro if anyone wants to find out more.

Ade
joshwa e2
4 710 United Kingdom
1 Oct 2012 4:47PM

Quote:Any chance Joshwa of ePz getting their hands on one for a review?

Ade



Yes Smile
2 Oct 2012 9:26PM
Very interested in the stacking possibilities for macro use.
After all, it's only software once the light field is captured Grin

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