Lytro founder on light field and photography's changing nature

Lytro founder Ren Ng discusses the first light field camera that lets you refocus images. He talks about his personal photographic style and the impact Lytro will have on images of the future.

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Lytro is the little camera that can do some pretty big things.

The camera, shaped like a long square box, lets you refocus images after they have been taken, both on the camera itself and on a computer. Lytro's founder Ren Ng was recently in Australia to launch the device locally. He spoke to CNET Australia about light field technology, his personal style and how this camera has potential to disrupt the market.

Lytro is now available in Australia , and the most recent firmware update gives photographers manual controls.

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