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Easy online image sharing.
A completely new way of approaching photography.
No more out-of-focus pictures.
Sharp, responsive optical zoom.
Constant f/2 lens.
Interactive photos can be posted to blogs and social networks.
Well-developed user interface.
Poor photo quality.
Very limited editing software.
Currently works with Macs only.
Too big for pockets.
Placement and sensitivity of zoom control leads to misfires.
Minimal editing options with initial launch.
No WiFi or Bluetooth, so there’s one more micro USB cable to keep track of.
Explorable output tends to require contrived compositions.
Focus slow in Creative mode.
Cross-hatch banding visible in high ISO images.
No control over white balance can leave unpleasant tint under art.
By Good Gear Guide on November 13, 2012
The Lytro is an innovative camera that can capture all the light in a scene and let you play around with the depth of field after you take the photo. It's a camera that should appeal to photography and camera enthusiasts....
By ePHOTOzine on November 12, 2012
The Lytro Light Field Camera is a rather unique digital camera with an impressive feature, that of being able to re-focus the images after you have taken them. It's managed to produce this in a compact, but strangely shaped, digital camera with an...
By ePHOTOzine on October 12, 2012
The Lytro Light Field Camera has recently been updated with a new firmware that allows you to manually set the ISO and shutter speeds. The new firmware also promises improved image quality, so we have delayed our review while we re-shoot some of our...
By Stuff.tv on July 01, 2012
More of a toy than a serious snapper but the next photo revolution begins with the Lytro...
By T3 Magazine on July 01, 2012
We want to love the Lytro. It looks and feels fantastically futuristic, and the light field technology inside will change the way we think about photography forever. But not just yet. Although refocusing images is an astonishing gimmick, the Lytro...
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
The Lytro Light Field can be seen as a one of a kind camera. It keeps on its promises made in advertisements. But it costs kinda too much. However, it's good for people who want to capture full HD videos and take...
By RegHardware on April 20, 2012
Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been pondering what the usefulness of the Lytro Light Field Camera. Much like when I had my first Sinclair Z80 computer people said: yes, but what’s it for? I’ve decided the job of the Lytro is to...
By PC Mag on April 05, 2012
The Lytro lives up to its promise of capturing images that you can focus after they've been shot, but its image quality and ergonomics are poor, making the camera little more than an overpriced toy....
By CNET Australia on March 13, 2012
The Lytro Light Field Camera rethinks photography with its unique hardware and fascinating image output. But if you're not a gadget-loving, Mac-owning early adopter, steer clear until Lytro makes...
By Engadget on March 08, 2012
While there's so much right with Lytro's debut shooter, it will, even at its best, be no more than another accessory living in your camera bag. Although we're smitten by its delectably simple UI and gorgeous hardware (its washed-out screen...
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