Category Archives: Lytro

Lytro introduced new “Focus Spread” feature that allows you to pick the depth of field

With their latest software update, Lytro introduced a new “Focus Spread” feature that allows you can independently adjust the depth of field after for a specific portion of the image: “In traditional photography, the only way to focus on two subjects at different depths is to stop down the aperture and sacrifice bokeh. As a result, […]

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What else is new?

→ DJI announced Inspire 1: a new quadcopter capable of capturing 4K video and transmitting the HD video signal to multiple devices straight out of the box (check pricing, specs and availability at Adorama and B&H). → The Sigma dp1 Quattro camera is now in stock. → Spend over $450 on a Gitzo tripod by 12/31/2014 […]

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Photokina 2014 rumors roundup *UPDATED*

Update: this post has been updated multiple times to reflect the latest Photokina rumors. As you have probably already noticed, I do not post every single rumor that circulates on the Internet for the very simple reason that many websites just post unreliable information and in many cases just plain nonsense. Here is a quick recap […]

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Lytro Illum camera technical specifications released, Android based camera rumored for Fall

Lytro revealed the technical specifications for their latest Illum camera ($1,499): CMOS sensor with 40 “megaray”  resolution, 8x zoom, 1/4000 sec maximum shutter speed and a 30 – 250mm f/2 lens. Lytro is also rumored to be working on a new Android based camera that will be released this Fall. Here are the detailed Lytro Illum technical specifications:

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What else is new?

→ Lomography started a another Kickstarter project for a new instant camera. → Memory card sale: Lexar card sale at Adorama and new SanDisk savings at Adorama and B&H. → Canon EOS M camera removed form Canon USA website, still available for sale online. → Pentax K-30 firmware is being hacked. Read more about it here and here. → The Samsung […]

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Lytro Illum: a new high-end lightfield camera

Lytro announced the Illum – a new high-end lightfield camera that will have a 30-250mm f/2 equivalent lens with 1:3 macro and a price tag of $1,499 (available for pre-order now). Shipping will start in June, 2014. Here are the key technical specs: Camera Custom-designed 40-megaray light field sensor 8x optical zoom lens (30mm-250mm equivalent) Constant f/2.0 […]

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What else is new?

→ Lytro raised $40 million in funding to expand the picture revolution for their their light field cameras. → New: Looxcie 3 wearable camera (more info available here). → Think Tank Photo announced new Retrospective laptop bags available in 13″ and 15″ sizes, three color options and either sand-washed 100% premium cotton canvas or polyspun.

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