Incidentally, the pictures obtained from the camera is in .ltf format which are required to be converted into either .jpg or .png format through a software made available to the users. Thus, use of a computer or laptop is a necessity for processing the pictures. Further, the viewing angle of the screen is not absolutely flawless. Despite these deficits, the camera is admirable.
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- In The Box - Lytro Light Field Camera; Lens cap; Cleaner cloth; Wrist strap
Micro-USB cable for data transfer and charging.
- Display - TFT 1.52 Capacitive Touch Screen Display.
- OS - No Operating system (works on JAVA).
- Lens - 8x Optical Zoom (Constant f/2 lens).
- Controls - Zoom Button, Power Button, Slide Button.
- File Output - (.LTF format)
- Field Effect Resolution - 11 Megarays: the number of light rays captured by the light field sensor.
- Shell - Ultra-light anodized aluminum structural skin.
- Exposure - Tap on screen to override the auto-exposure in Everyday Mode, With Manual Controls on, you can control the exposure, The ISO range is 80 (min) to 3200 (max), Minimum shutter speed is 1/250 sec and maximum is 8 sec.
- Technology - Field Effect Engine 2.0.
- Internal Memory - 8GB and 16GB variant.
- Storage - 750 living pictures (16GB) and 350 living pictures (8GB).
- Expandable Memory - No Microsd card slot.
- Price - $399 (8GB) And $499 (16GB)
Screenshots And Hands On Review Video
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