Unlike other digital cameras, the Light L16 is essentially a “multi-aperture computational camera”, or in other words, it uses 10 small cameras out of 16 simultaneously. That’s right, it comes equipped with a powerful processor and proprietary algorithms to stitch together the results into a single high-quality 52 megapixel image in real-time, allowing you to choose your focus and depth of field after you’ve taken your photo. Continue reading for another video and more information.
“Based on feedback they’ve received, the company is making a number of improvements to its camera before it officially launches. First is a wider focal range. Instead of the 35-150mm optical zoom equivalent that was originally announced, the camera will come with a wider range of 28-150mm,” reports Peta Pixel.