The first Lytro light field camera expected by the end of the year

Lytro just just published a brief Q&A session and it seems that we should expect to see the first light field camera by the end of the year:

“How much?… Specs?... When?... Zoom?… file size?”

Since you registered to reserve a camera we’ll share the juicy details with you as soon as we can.  Of course, we'll have more specifications to share when we invite you to buy one later this year.

“Is this a point-and-shoot camera or a DSLR?” from Wayne, Jermaine, Kristy, David, Jeffery…

Our first light field camera is designed to make taking great pictures effortless.  With instant shutter, low light sensitivity, portability, and focus after the fact, our camera will deliver ease with a dose of magic that takes traditional point-and-shoot cameras to the next level.

“How is this an improvement?…trying to get a better grasp of the technology?" from Jeff, David, Kent…

Our light field sensor is one of our key innovations that makes these new capabilities possible. You can read more about it in the Science Inside, check out Ren’s dissertation (folks have told us it is a much easier read than they expected), or keep reading to learn more about the team who helped start Lytro.

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