Lytro’s new $1,599 ‘Illum’ camera could kickstart light-field photography


Lytro is back with a new light-field camera, called the Illum, aimed at hobbyist and professional photographers alike. Unlike its predecessor, the device looks like a full-frame digital SLR with a wide, protruding lens and chunky body. It boasts a custom 40-megaray light-field sensor, with an 8x optical zoom lens that can shoot at up 1/4000 of a second and an f/2.0 aperture. The unique sensor captures numerous characteristics of light rays, including their color, intensity and direction. The result is an image that feels 3D – viewers can subtly shift their perspective and also manually set the focal point....

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