Lytro's latest Light Field camera produces 'living images' and is unlike any conventional camera.
Week in TechThe numbers were everything this week, so let's see how the last seven days of tech news adds up.
REVIEWWe review the camera that lets you focus after you've taken the shot. It's more shoot and point than point and shoot.
Tech will allow mobile users the opportunity to change the focus of photos and videos after they're shot.
ExclusiveThe MD of Sigma UK has expressed concern that the newly developed Lytro technology, which is capable of focusing after a shot has been taken, could potentially damage the interchangeable lens industry.
In DepthIt's been a pretty interesting week for camera tech, as the rumour mill goes into overdrive in the couple of weeks before the upcoming CP+ show in Japan, while there has been lots of good news for lovers of analogue as well with film seemingly enjoying a resurgence in popularity at the moment.
It has emerged that during his final months, Steve Jobs met with the founder of Lytro, to discuss the possibility of working with the company who produce a "light-field" camera to discuss a possible partnership.