Will light field photography replace DSLRs? Lytro’s CEO Jason Rosenthal says yes — eventually

On July 31, photographers will finally be able to wrap their hands around the Lytro Illum, the world’s first pro-level light field camera. Unlike the DSLRs that everyone is now used to, the Illum lets you create what Lytro calls “living pictures,” derived from the camera’s sensor and lens, specialized software and 3D graphics. Together, these create a novel, immersive visual experience.

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TechImperia1552d ago

well we will see what's gonna happen, but my money is on DSLR