Light L16 Camera
Most cameras form photographs by taking in light through one single lens. Diverging from this norm, the Light L16 Camera boasts 16 individual cameras on its face, firing off ten simultaneously every time you hit the shutter. Computational fusing melds the individual images together for an incredibly high-quality final image of up to 52 megapixels, bringing DSLR quality to a highly compact point-and-shoot. It’s also effectively equipped with an optical zoom or 35 to 150mm, shoots solid images in low-light conditions, and lets you adjust depth of field all the way to f/1.2, even after the fact. And even if you can’t afford it or don’t want to drop this kind of cash on the admittedly experimental L16, we’re confident the technologies behind this device will in one way or another mold the future of compact photography.
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