The start-up company Lytro has been developing a camera that could revolutionize the photography industry. Using a microlens array, the camera can take in way more light than a typical camera allowing you to choose how to focus the photo after it’s shot. While a release date has not been announced, this breakthrough technology will be available on the consumer market sooner than later. Read the full article at NYtimes.com
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