It’s what many say as camera 3.0. The Silicon Valley startup, Lytro has finally unveiled their new light-field camera to the public with a price tag of $399.
Lytro cameras are unique in design and style and is hoping to rewrite how people use their cameras. With their new parameter, the mega-ray, Lytro cameras have an L/2 aperture and produces 11 mega-ray photos.
The Lytro camera is a smooth, two-tone elongated box 4.4 inches long and 1.6 inches square. At one end is the lens and at the other is an LCD touch-screen display; along the sides are power and shutter buttons, a USB port, and a touch-sensitive strip to move the F2 lens through its 8X zoom range.