On the Lytro Blog, we try to share a little of Lytro’s story, about our business and employees. We’ve also shared the story of our first employees. Now, we’re excited to to be able to share the story of our first customer, Josh Bonk. Josh managed to place his order in the first minute after cameras went on sale on Lytro.com.
Just a week ago we introduced the first Lytro light field camera to the world.
Our journey continues…
Thank you for your curiosity, questions, advice and support since we announced the launch of Lytro. Today we’re excited to enter the next phase of the picture revolution by introducing you to our very first Lytro light field camera.
The Lytro Team
Read more: Lytro Camera Launch Press Release
We’ve submitted four panel proposals for SXSW 2012 in Austin and we’d like your votes. Our proposed panelists, including our founder Ren Ng, Director of Photography Eric Cheng, and VP of Marketing Kira Wampler, will share insider insights behind Lytro’s technology and business.
Time is running out - tomorrow Friday, September 2nd in fact – and we’d like your votes!
Coco Rocha, the first high fashion model to work with our Lytro light field camera technology, imagines herself as an eccentric fashionista, 50 years in the future.
Photographer: Eric Cheng
Stylist: Rebecca Conran
Art Director: James Conran
Agency: WILHELMINA NY
If you’re reading this blog, you probably already know that Lytro’s light field camera let’s you shoot first, focus later. But, you may have missed the news that Lytro will automatically capture pictures that can be viewed in 3D. By recording the light field instead of a photograph, Lytro will let you choose how to view your living pictures. So, in addition to refocusing pictures you shoot with a Lytro, you can also switch seamlessly between 2D and 3D views.
We had a great time celebrating at our launch party on Wednesday night. We’ve loved the overwhelming response. Thank you! We know you are curious and have lots of questions. We’ve answered many in our FAQs. If you register to reserve a camera, you’ll get insider access to more details as we prepare to sell the first Lytro light field camera later this year.
Shoot now, focus later. That’s just the start of what you can do with a Lytro camera, the camera that captures the entire light field. A Lytro can also help you remember more of what happened at that party last weekend. And, it may also clue you in on the identity of that dude offering free jailhouse-style tattoos.