Lytro gets more U.S. distribution, goes abroad

The little camera that creates living pictures hits major online retailers in time for the holidays.

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If you've longed for a Lytro Light Field camera, but couldn't bring yourself to buy one directly from the manufacturer's site, you're in luck.

Starting October 9, you'll be able to pick up a Lytro camera online at Target.com, BestBuy.com, and Amazon.com in the U.S., while Canadians can stop by Future Shop to pick one up.

However, if you're more curious about putting your hands on one before you pony up $400 or $500, you'll have the chance to do so at new CityTarget stores in Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, and Westwood, Calif., starting in November.

People outside of the States can now get a Lytro camera, too. In Australia, you can see and buy them in store at Blonde Robot starting October 10, and starting mid-October they'll be carried by Qool Labs in Hong Kong and Singapore.

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