Finally, after months of prototypes, the production Light L16 camera has been revealed. It’s officially called a “multi-aperture computational camera”, that shoots up to 10 small cameras out of the 16 built-in, simultaneously, using a powerful processor and proprietary algorithms to stitch together the shots into a single high-quality 52 megapixel image. What does this mean? Users can choose their focus and depth of field after they’ve taken your photo. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
“The Light L16 will retail for $1,699 (a little over $100 per camera, not a bad deal, I suppose) and will beginning shipping on July 14th to those who’ve already preordered. The company is not currently taking any more preorders, but it is expected to start taking more later this year after the first batch ships,” reports The Verge.