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Focus On The Lytro: A Visual Tour

Who hasn't been frustrated by an out-of-focus photo? The Lytro Light Field Camera might be the most revolutionary change in photography since digital came along: it lets you refocus your photos after you take them. Don't sell your old digital camera just yet, though. The Lytro has some serious drawbacks, including a fixed amount of storage. Take our quick tour of this unusual camera's features, from touchscreen to output. To experimen
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The first thing you'll notice about the Lytro is its unusual shape and size. This small boxy camera with textured rubber grip is just 4.41 inches long and 1.61 inches tall. It weighs 7.55 ounces. There are two models: the 8GB Lytro, which is available with a gray or blue anodized aluminum barrel and costs $399, can store about 350 photos. The $499 16GB model, available in red only, can store 750 photos. There is no option to add additional storage.

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