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In a blog post on the company's website, Ng makes it clear that he will remain on staff as a full-time employee, '100% focussed on Lytro'.In the meantime, an interim CEO - former Executive Chairman Charles Chi - has been appointed ahead of a full-time replacement for Ng.The update, that will be available to all existing customers, adds a manual mode, that provides control over shutter speed and ISO (aperture always being wide open).If you decide to specify both parameters, it becomes possible to apply exposure compensation and apply the camera's built-in ND filter.Its built-in Colorflash allows you to take multi-colored, psychedelic shots.
I suspect when the chips become twice as dense and processing speed quadruples, the camera will be ready for primetime. Also, perspective shift is NOT the same as done with Photomerge. And sorry, but image and resolution IS everything when it comes to cameras.
Lytro, the maker of the Lytro Lightfield Camera, has today announced that its 'Lytro Desktop Application' - the software that allows you to 'refocus' light-field images after they have been taken, is now available for Microsoft Windows.
You'll need to run the 64bit version of Windows Home, Professional or Ultimate on a computer with an Intel Core 2 Duo or better processor and at least 2GB RAM.
Replicating some of the functionality of Lytro's existing desktop app, the mobile app allows you to refocus and change the perspective of your images and share the 'living pictures' via social media. Lytro has announced two extra features for users of its Light Field Cameras - perspective shift and living filters.
Perspective shift allows the viewer to re-render the light field as if captured from a slightly different position - moving this viewing position around shows off the depth information captured by the camera.
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