A closer look at Lytro's revolutionary camera

We're all great photographers now. At least that's what the new $399 Lytro camera is promising -- its amazing technology may just make that happen.

Not your ordinary point-and-shoot
Not your ordinary point-and-shoot

Mountain View-based startup Lytro, which launched earlier this year and demoed at Fortune's Brainstorm Tech last July, just unveiled a line of cameras by the same name. They promise to revolutionize digital photography. Here, take a closer look at Lytro's innovative new gadget.

By JP Mangalindan - Last updated October 21 2011: 10:49 AM ET
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Lytro wants to reinvent photography

The Mountain View-based startup unveiled a new camera that looks nothing like a traditional point-and-shoot.

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