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Lytro Light Field Camera, 8GB, Graphite
|Price:||$189.94 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- 8GB storage captures 350 living pictures
- 8x optical zoom lens with constant f/2 aperture offers a wide range of creative shots
- Unique micro-lens array with digital image sensor captures the color, intensity, and direction of light entering the camera
- Light field engine processes the four-dimensional data captured by the sensor, so you can view it on the screen and refocus with a tap
- 1.52" back-lit LCD glass touchscreen display allows you to control most of the camera functions with a tap or a swipe
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|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Display Fixture Type||Fixed|
|Effective Still Resolution||11|
|External Memory Included||No|
|Flash Memory Type||Internal flash drive|
|Item Dimensions||1.61 x 1.61 x 4.41 inches|
|Item Display Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.47 pounds|
|Lithium Battery Energy Content||7.77 Watt Hours|
|Lithium Battery Voltage||3.7 Volts|
|Lithium Battery Weight||24 grams|
|Material Type||Anodized aluminum shell with silicone rubber grip|
|Maximum Aperture Range||F2.0|
|Optical Sensor Technology||CMOS|
|Photo Sensor Technology||CCD|
|Shipping Weight||1.05 pounds|
|Supported Battery Types||Li-Ion internal battery|
|Touch Screen Type||Yes|
|Video Capture Format||Light Field Picture (.lpf)|
|Video Capture Resolution||1080p|
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|Optical Zoom||8 x||8 x||3 x||8 x|
|Viewfinder||None||None||Information not provided||None|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||Information not provided||Information not provided||Information not provided||12.1 MP|
|Display Size||1.46 inches||4 inches||3 inches||2.8 inches|
|Image Stabilization||Information not provided||Information not provided||N||Y|
|Includes External Memory||N||N||N||N|
|Dimensions||1.61 inches x 4.41 inches x 1.61 inches||5.71 inches x 3.39 inches x 6.54 inches||63.3 inches x 26.4 inches x 32.1 inches||2.36 inches x 3.11 inches x 1.14 inches|
|Item Weight||0.47 pounds||2.07 pounds||3 pounds||0.43 pounds|
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From the Manufacturer
From the Manufacturer
A new way to take and experience pictures has arrived. The Lytro camera is the world's first light field camera that allows you to instantly capture interactive “living pictures” to share with your friends and family online.
of a flat 2D image.
Shoot first, focus later
By capturing the light field, you can do incredible things. Like refocus pictures after you take them. This also means that the Lytro camera has no autofocus—and none of the shutter delay that comes with it.
Do more than tell a story. Recreate it. Refocus to discover new elements within the scene and move the picture in any direction to change your point of view with Perspective Shift. Use Living Filters to create a unique look. Now every picture you take is a chance to tell a new kind of story.
Get ready to share.
Share your pictures on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or your blog and your friends can instantly refocus them and play with perspective shift just like you do.
Made from precision-tooled silicone, the grip is easy to hold.
The Lytro camera has no auto-focus — and none of the shutter delay that comes with it.
An 8x optical zoom lens with a constant f/2 aperture offers a wide range of creative shots.
You control most of the camera functions with a tap or a swipe. And the backlit display lets you compose, review, and refocus your pictures.
Light field sensor
We joined a micro-lens array to a digital image sensor to capture the color, intensity, and direction of light entering the camera — 11 million light rays to be precise.Light field engine
The light field engine processes the light rays captured by the sensor, so you can view pictures on the screen and refocus them with a tap.
Long-life Li-Ion internal battery lets you continue shooting without having to stop for a charge.
41mm x 41mm x 112mm
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Top Customer Reviews
I do get frustrated sometimes with the light glare on the LCD, and the inability to really evaluate the images on the camera due to the small LCD. Also the processing time required on a PC can be annoying at times... but this is a new way of thinking and an opportunity to be a part of something groundbreaking.
The quality of pictures, as compared to digital photography of even point-and-shoot cameras, is certainly not there, as you can only get a static image of 1080x1080.. but that is NOT the point of LYTRO.. The point of it is to "tell a story in a different way". Once you get over that and actually think in the way Lytro enables you too, the fact that the images can be shared only through Lytro's website (which you get access to, and storage on, when you get the camera), as well as the "insufficient" megapixels, and noticeable grain in the images when lighting is not perfect... that all dissolves when you adjust your thinking - but only then.Read more ›
The Lytro camera captures 3D light information, and this 3D-image is processed by using computationally intensive software (it takes several minutes per photo), generating a "living picture" in which you can refocus the image at will on your computer. The final image is only 1080x1080 pixels. Your images also must be viewed in either a web-browser or in the included software through a smallish 500x500 pixel window. The desktop software currently has no image editing capabilities other than rotate 90°, and does not have the ability to adjust white balance, contrast or brightness.
The software does include the ability to export a refocused image to JPG format, but the JPG compression leads to some blurring. The software currently lacks the ability to output to any other file format options. It is possible the developers will have future updates addressing this issue.
Another limitation that is noteworthy is that the fastest shutter speed is 1/250sec, which means that it can be difficult to get sharp photos by hand-holding the device.
In the end, I sent the camera back.Read more ›
The Lytro is not an easy camera to be successful with. Go skim the public gallery at [...] and be amazed at the depth-of-field tricks. Then try to duplicate those fantastic images. Keep trying. Try different subjects. As someone else said, you have to change your composition thought process for this camera. You have to look at everything, and look for contrasts. My impulse is to shoot rows of similar things -- a row of terra cotta warrior statues, a bush covered in flowers. But many of the more striking images are of contrast -- the thing in the foreground provides commentary on the surprising thing in the distance, once you refocus. That kind of composition is much harder. Also, what about the lighting conditions? When it's bright, the Lytro can capture everything in sharp focus at once -- at least that's my experience.
Originally in this review I had said that you can't export your images to a common, "flat" format. It turns out you can: In the desktop software (not on the Lytro web site), pick a focal point in an image, return to the library view, and right click to select Export JPG. Unfortunately, the resulting image is not very big -- about 3.5 x 3.5 inches at 300 dpi. You won't be able to make a big, beautiful print to frame. But it's suitable for social media and email.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
wanted to try this technology. works. fun to try but really a novelty with very limited depth for 3D.Published 18 days ago by Edward J. Nowak
Small, inconspicuous, simple. I like that it's square format, and that it's relatively low resolution. Read morePublished 1 month ago by dm
Love the new idea of light vectors being used. However, there are setbacks.
Image quality is poor compared to what you expect from a digitial camera. Read more
Limited use but a good way to explore this new technology without going into debt.Published 2 months ago by C. H. Lopez
It's an ok toy. Hard to get the hang of it. Can't figure out the peel as it doesn't say anywhere on the advertisement. Read morePublished 2 months ago by N. Abdallah
Great price for a camera I never thought I could afford. Preforms great and pictures quality is spectacular!Published 2 months ago by Linda Carter
Bought mine off Woot recently for $49 and right off the bat, you can see this camera will not be for everyone. Read morePublished 2 months ago by daveincarthage