There's a pretty impressive “Wow!” factor to the Lytro light field camera's ability to refocus images after capture. If you've played with an image from a Lytro–the world's first plenoptic cameras aimed at consumers–you'll doubtless agree. Lytro also has a bright fixed-aperture zoom lens, and can create a depth map from the captured image which lets it provide a limited 3D effect, as demonstrated on the company's blog. And without the need to focus, by all accounts it's pretty speedy.

In other areas, though, the Lytro…

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via Imaging Resource News Page

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