Lytro’s new Cinema camera will allow 3D movies to be shot using light fields

Lytro cinema
Lytro aims to bring the same powerful light field technology to traditional movie makers that it is already planning to provide VR content creators

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/226386-lytros-new-cinema-camera-will-allow-3d-movies-to-be-shot-using-light-fields

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Lytro Illum light-field camera lets you refocus images after you shoot

When the first Lytro camera came out two years ago, it promised to eliminate a fear almost every photographer has experienced: that a once-in-a-lifetime shot will be out of focus.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/08/01/lytro-illum-light-field-camera-lets-refocus-images-after-shoot/

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Lytro's next-gen $1500 Illum 'light-field' camera bolstered by dedicated Mac software, Aperture support

Innovative focus-shifting camera maker Lytro, whose products have been featured at Apple’s retail stores, will expand its lineup this summer with a new, more full-featured standalone camera dubbed the Illum, aimed at professionals and high-end enthusiasts.



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Lytro unveils next-gen Illum light field camera, lets you refocus your photos for $1600

Lytro Illum light field camera, front and lens
Lytro, after admitting that its overly expensive, low-resolution light field camera was merely a “novelty,” has announced its new Illum camera. The Illum is much larger than its predecessor, packing a sensor that’s four times the size (40 “megarays”), and an appropriately larger lens in front of that sensor (though the same 8x optical zoom and f/2.0 aperture remain). The Illum also looks a lot like a real DSLR, rather than the rather odd pocket kaleidoscopesque appearance of the original Lytro Camera. The Lytro Illum will be available in July 2014 at a retail price of $1600.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/181070-lytro-unveils-next-gen-illum-light-field-camera-lets-you-refocus-your-photos-for-1600

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