Wednesday, 23 April 2014


The Lytro Illum is a light-field camera designed specifically for creative photography professionals. Lytro’s when initially launched its basic camera, it created waves in 2011 byting to get hold of this camera, thanks to the fascinating way of capturing all the light that is available rather than taking a single pane shot, hence allowing the focus in a picture to be changed any number of times after being clicked. Yes you heard it right, it's AFTER getting the photo clicked.

The Illum comes with a 40-megaray sensor in contrast with its previous initial camera version which constituted of 11-megaray sensor, it accompanies a 30mm to 250mm range added with an aperture of f/2.0 and heart of the camera powered by Snapdragon 800 processor. Lytro Illum have also come up with a new iPad application which makes the use of in-build gyroscope to provide a never before kind of 3D viewing experience for beautiful photographs.

The Lytro Illum camera is estimated to be available for commercial sale by July 2014 and currently can be pre-order at Lytro’s website.

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