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Lytro 8GB Light Field Camera - Graphite

  • Model Number: M01-100005-CA
  • WebID: 10210186
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The Lytro 8GB Graphite light field camera doesn't just shoot photos, it captures living images - photos that you can refocus even after you've captured them. Instead of a flat 2D image, the Lytro records the entire light field - all the light rays that travel in all directions through the scene. The result is photos where you can focus on different areas, just by clicking or tapping on them.

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  • 8GB model can store up to 350 living pictures
  • Designed with easy-to-hold, precision-tooled silicone so you can easily shoot with one hand or two
  • 8x optical zoom lens with constant f/2 aperture gives you a wide range of creative options
  • The slider controls the optical zoom - just run your finger over it to increase or decrease the optical zoom
  • Rechargeable, long-life lithium-ion internal battery
  • Includes free desktop application that lets you import, process, and interact with living photos from the Lytro, as well as easily share them online (Windows and Mac only)
  • Lytro's living pictures can be enjoyed on computers, tablets, or smartphones - no special software required
  • Check out accessories to make your Lytro experience even better, including the Camera Sleeve to protect the Lytro and make it easy to carry around, and the Tripod Mount to keep the Lytro steady for amazing shots (all accessories sold separately)

What's in the Box

  • Lens Cap
  • Cleaning Cloth
  • Wrist Strap
  • 3.28 Foot Micro-USB Cable

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Image Sensor
Sensor Type 11 Megaray Light Sensor
Image Processor Light Field Engine 1.0
Optical Zoom 8X
35mm Equivalent 43 mm - 340 mm
Viewfinder & Monitor
Viewfinder Type None
LCD Monitor 1.52 Inch LCD
LCD Monitor Resolution 128 x 128
Touchscreen Yes
Built-in Flash No
Aperture & Exposure
Aperture Range Constant f2
Shutter Speed Range 1/250 - 8 Seconds
ISO Sensitivity 80 - 3200
Still Image Features
Auto Mode Yes
Manual Modes Creative Mode
Self-Timer No
In-Camera Effects
Red-Eye Removal No
Black & White No
Sepia No
Other In-Camera Effects None
Video Features
Video Modes None
Special Video Modes None
Internal Memory 8 GB
Still Image File Formats LFP (Light Field Picture File)
Movie File Formats Not Applicable
Resolution - Highest Quality Mode 1080 x 1080
Computer Interface USB
Video Output Not Applicable
Audio Output Not Applicable
PictBridge No
AC Adapter Unavailable
Battery Type & Quantity 1 x Li-ion Rechargable
Included Software
Computer Compatibility PC & MAC
Physical Features
Colour Grey
Body Construction Ultra-Light Anodized Aluminum Structural Skin; Silicone Rubber
Freezeproof No
Dimensions - Width 4.1 cm
Dimensions - Height 4.1 cm
Dimensions - Depth 11.2 cm
Weight (with Batteries) 214 g



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  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 27, 2012

It's not a point-and shoot camera

Don't expect traditional camera experience - you'll get 1MP pictures, lots of digital noise on low light, odd colours and digital artefacts on high-contrast edges. A $30 cellphone with a built-in camera will take better pictures. To really appreciate the thing, you need GOOD COMPOSITION for your shots. Something up close, plus something farther away. Close means within 2 or so meters from camera. Then you can really get amazing results. Important thing to realize - this "refocusing" is not real refocusing. It's image reconstruction, pretty much like MRI or computer tomography. It needs edges, background and enough light.

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