Last year, we brought you news that Lytro was coming out with a camera that captured enough data to make today’s 2D images into 3D or even holographic ones when the technology became available and would enable photographers to change the focus of their pictures whenever the need arose.
Yesterday, that incredible camera hit store shelves.
According to Michael Zhang at PetaPixel:
In addition to the standard red, blue, and graphite flavors, the camera is now available in Seaglass and Moxie Pink. Both offer 8GB of storage (the red one is the only one offering 16GB), and the Moxie Pink version is only available through Target…
…The new manual controls include shutter speed (1/250s to 8s), ISO sensitivity (80 to 3200), a neutral density filter option for adjusting the amount of light that’s captured, and an auto exposure (AE) lock feature that’s one of the most important controls on any camera.
Below is an example of the high-speed capabilities.
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