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antoine
user 5817875
New York, NY
Post #: 25
Anybody knows about Lytro?
That sounds amazing!
Shoot first and focus later....like a few days later...or even more. Magic!
www.lytro.com
Randy A.
user 11035296
Bronx, NY
Post #: 9
My concern w/ light field cameras atm is the end resolution. Plenoptic cameras resolution is related to how many microlenses you have, for example Standford's lab prototype had a 90kilopixel image using a 90k lens array (http://en.wikipedia.o...­. Adobe's made a prototype that got up to 5.9MP a lens.

I think they'd be awesome for point and shoot/camera phone applications, but the tech needs a few years in mass production to start to mature.
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