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Multi Focus Camera – The Lytro

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  1. This is one of the biggest innovations in camera technology in a looong time. I hope somebody will buy the technology behind this and stick it into a pro camera.

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  3. my phone can take 12.1 megapixel pictures and video, make calls, has GPS, games, music storage, radio, take notes, has alarm, calender, add software, 16 gb storage space. But no, it can’t blend. why do i need this thing.

  4. 1. No external storage options
    2. 16gb only in red, and I want a 16gb blue one…
    3. I see this technology dropping in price, as technology normally does. When it does, they will probably make a cheaper, better V2… Until then, I’m gonna get a Nikon

  5. @dasautomega The N8 is a camera first and a Phone second, I have one too, and I really tried to make it my daily device. I moved to a WP7 device and the only thing i missed was the camera. The N8 still gets broken out when I travel though

  6. Two things that make this camera not appeal to me:

    Lame rectangular prism design (A cylindrical design with 16:9 side flip-screen and rear controls would have been ideal, for the sake of ergonomics and aesthetics both)

    „HD-quality interactive, living pictures“ This tells me one thing. . . 2 Megapixels. Unless some engineer can tell us how well „11 Megarays“ of data will interpolate into the more familiar megapixel unit, and at what sharpness, 1920×1080 is the measurement I’m estimating.

  7. So I make a photo and everything on it is blurred except one thing that is focused and I can play with focusing to different things one thing at a time. That may be great for artistic impression but I prefer my photos focused on all things at once.

  8. In my few years of hobby photography, I’ve never wanted to change focus. It’s great that there are innovative people and everything, but I’d never buy a camera for $400 that gives me 22Mb images with 1 megapixel resolution (=good for postcard-size photos and facebook, nothing else). The ability to change focus just sounds like a solution to a problem that I’ve never heard anyone have…

  9. @lioneyes90 I think one of the biggest advantages is the speed. This can take photos effectively instantly where a conventional camera would have to spend time focusing. Also there are some situations where conventional cameras struggle to focus, low light is one and I personally find that trying to take photos to birds in flight causes is difficult for focusing. Unfortunately this camera doesn’t produce good enough photos to produce benefit over using a tiny aperture on a conventional camera.

  10. @lioneyes90
    first of all – you can make 3D pics, which is impossible with your regular cam.
    2 – you just take a pic and then adjust what you want to focus on, you can play with the pics however and whenever you want. first digital cams were also expensive, with only a small resolution, but hey, this is the first one and there are more and better to come. i do believe that this is the future of photography. you are right, that for professional and hobby photographers it is of no use. yet 🙂

  11. lol the price is really not bad for a new technology like this… Only problem I have so far with it is that the pics are just to low res for today standards. I might be wrong but judging from the pictures on their website the backgound doesnt get quite as sharp as the foreground. Now we need true HDR capture and someday full spectral capture XD… then we can have a do it all one button camera. say bye bye menus and setting jihaw! …hmm still we need to change the shutter speed for motionblur

  12. tehDementedGamer writes as a teenager ignorant and SteelBustingBiker expresses himself as an ignorant teenager… how can both be so blind not to appreciate the unbelievable potential this technology involves??? they both must belong to the Lukas/Spielberg worshiping generation…

  13. I’m sorry, your lack of proper punctuation and grammar made it difficult to follow what you were saying, however, I think you disagree with my opinion. That’s fine. You are entitled to yours. I do think this technology has a future, but the future is not now.

  14. Actually, the more I think about this thing, the more pointless it seems. You could just take a photo with a DSLR at, say, f/16, then edit the focus in Photoshop. Even at this f stop, the picture will still be better than anything you could shoot with the Lytro. So with that in mind, what exactly is the point of this overpriced piece of plastic? Besides making tons of money off people who are totally clueless about how cameras work…

  15. Well, I think that within 5-6 years this technology will simply be a feature in all DSLR’s. The technology on its own is pointless.

  16. Based on this demonstration I guess the mechanism of this camera is just shooting a normal picture, which has a long depth of field(so every object in your picture actually is clear), then the software do the rest of the job. So called „focus an object later on your computer“ is just blurring background of the object you selected, the software works like a Photoshop.

  17. Why aren’t most people freaking out about this? If you are shooting at f/1.8 and you later find out that a few pictures are out of focus on the focus point you intended, it’s like that forever. I’ve had plenty of shots that I thought were in focus because of the small screen on my Canon 30D, but after seeing them on my iMac, they weren’t very sharp. If this technology was put into DSLR’s, anyone could take perfect pictures every time… and that’s scary to me.

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