Deal of the day: Lytro Illum lightfield camera now $399

The Lytro Illum lightfield camera is now selling for $399 on Amazon - this is $900 off (69% off) from the original price of $1,299 (currently $599 at B&H). Some readers had issues accessing the page - you can try also this Amazon link.

Here are the Lytro Illum main specifications:

  • 40 Megaray Light Field CMOS Sensor
  • Light Field Engine 2.0 & Snapdragon 801
  • 8x Zoom Lens; 30-250mm Equivalency
  • Constant Aperture of f/2.0
  • 4.0" Back-Lit Tilt Touchscreen LCD
  • 1/4000 Second Maximum Shutter Speed
  • SD Card Slot; USB 3.0 Port; Hot Shoe
  • Adjusts Focus After Image Capture
  • Adjusts Perspective After Image Capture
  •  4" Touchscreen LCD
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  • Chris Knight

    deal gone…I would have probably picked up even though Lytro’s software/cloud storage model is crap. (There are efforts to reverse-engineer the protocol/formats. It would be nice if Lytro would open their API’s and/or firmware code.)

    • no, it’s still available – check again

      • Chris Knight

        Sweet, bought one. Thanks!

        • I am still debating….

          • Jeffry De Meyer

            To buy a $400 paperweight after a weekend of fun

          • I am considering it for my 12 years old daughter, not for me 🙂

          • Jeffry De Meyer

            Get her a m34 camera.
            if she takes to photography she can start her lens collection now instead of that gimmicky thing

          • you are probably right

          • Spy Black

            I’m with Jeffry. This is a nice toy for YOU, your kid should learn on a camera proper.

            At $299 I could possibly consider this toy.

  • FountainHead

    $599 when I click through.

  • Zos Xavius

    They must be selling like hotcakes… 🙂

    • sickheadache

      With a slight layer of dog poo on each hotcake. Hum

  • sickheadache

    WOW..40 Megarays. I am going to pass. It is just a gimmick.

  • J-Man

    Still too expensive @ $400.
    I believe 40 megaray’s translates to just over 4MP wooo!
    This technology is far too new to be commanding premium prices, especially when it’s only real technical advantage is the ability to refocus after the picture is taken

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