Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Sure, we've ditched film, but the basics of photography remain much the same as they were decades ago. The Light L16 Camera is out to revolutionize the industry by ditching the traditional DSLR form factor altogether. Dubbed a "multi-aperture computational camera", it fires up to 10 small cameras out of 16 simultaneously, using a powerful processor and proprietary algorithms to stitch together the results into a single high-quality 52 megapixel image. This unique approach lets you choose your focus and depth of field after you've taken your photo, and gives you all this capability in a device that's able to fit in your pocket.

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