You won't be using it to film your kid's next tee-ball game. But if you find yourself working on a film or hit TV show, the Lytro Cinema Camera needs to be on your radar. Using the company's innovative Light Field technology, it captures not just images, but the position of each object in the scene in 3D space. As a result, you can adjust both the focus point and depth of field in post, change shutter angles and frame rates after the fact, and ditch the green screen for good. Of course, it takes a lot of data to make this all possible — up to 400 gigabytes per second — so the camera comes with its own dedicated server and processing unit.