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Lytro light field camera now available in the UK, £469 for 16GB model, £399 for 8GB

Lytro light field camera now available in the UK, £469 for 16GB model, £399 for 8GB

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Lytro, the unconventional camera that can re-focus its images after pressing the shutter, will finally be available on UK shores this month. Pocket-lint first got hands on the original Lytro prototype late in 2011, so it's been a long time coming. READ:... >>

Nokia planning 16-lens array camera for Lumia phones, Lytro-style photography coming

Nokia planning 16-lens array camera for Lumia phones, Lytro-style photography coming

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Nokia's big talking point with Lumia has always been its camera technology and it looks as though Lytro-style, focus-after-shooting technology is on the horizon. Jo Harlow, Nokia's executive vice-president for smartphone business, has yet again hinted... >>

Nokia invests in 'snap now, focus later' camera startup

Nokia invests in 'snap now, focus later' camera startup

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Nokia may be looking to add "snap now, focus later" camera technology to its line of smartphones, if an investment it made is any indication. Nokia Growth Partners, the venture-capital firm for Nokia, has invested in California-based Pelican Imaging,... >>

Forget Lytro, the FocusTwist iOS app lets your refocus pics on your smartphone

Forget Lytro, the FocusTwist iOS app lets your refocus pics on your smartphone

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Some of you may remember the Lytro camera, which allowed you to snap images and then select which part of a shot was in focus, now iPhone users are about to get the very same. The FocusTwist app lets you take a picture and then adjust focus after you... >>

Lytro in the iPhone, not so fast

Lytro in the iPhone, not so fast

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The Lytro camera that allows you to focus well after the moment you press the shutter button on your digital camera might be one of the most exciting innovations to happen to the world of photography since the first digital camera in 1975, however, to... >>

Best innovation 2011: nominees for the 8th Pocket-lint Awards

Best innovation 2011: nominees for the 8th Pocket-lint Awards

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Identifying the best innovations of 2011 is no easy task but trying to compare one to another is even harder. Innovative, ground-breaking ideas come from all sorts of fields within consumer technology and just because something hasn’t sold as many units... >>

Pocket-lint Awards 2011: Time is running out to cast your vote

Pocket-lint Awards 2011: Time is running out to cast your vote

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It's the awards show that everybody is talking about. Apparently Angelina is going to be wearing Dior and Brad's tux is a Hugo Boss vintage number. Not Jolie or Pitt you understand - Angelina and Brad who work in the bookies near Pocket-lint Towers. They... >>

8th Pocket-lint Gadget Awards 2011: Voting goes live

8th Pocket-lint Gadget Awards 2011: Voting goes live

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Voting for the 8th Pocket-lint Gadget Awards has now gone live, giving you the chance to say which gadgets you think should be crowned top for 2011. As you will see over on the voting page, each of the 10 categories has five products that have been... >>

8th Pocket-lint Gadget Awards 2011: Nominations announced

8th Pocket-lint Gadget Awards 2011: Nominations announced

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Picking the best of the best is never an easy job, but after much deliberation and debate, the Pocket-lint team has whittled down and weeded out the best gadgets and tech from the past year. That means we now have a definitive shortlist for the Pocket-lint... >>

Best innovation 2011: Pocket-lint Awards contenders

Best innovation 2011: Pocket-lint Awards contenders

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Innovation is key to keeping technology interesting. It is a risky business coming up with something that goes against the grain or changes the way the average consumer views electronics but getting it right can result in serious big bucks as we saw with... >>