As exciting as new digital photographic equipment is, most of it isn’t that different then the cameras of Nicéphore Niépce, Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre, and William Henry Fox Talbot. They all featured a single lens, and light sensitive material at the focal plane. For all their technical wizardry, the vast majority of digital cameras are the same, except for a digital sensor in place of light sensitive metal, glass, paper, or film. The new Light L16 camera is a radical departure that could shake the foundations of current camera design.
In this extended interview with Co-Founder & CEO Dave Grannan, and Co-Founder & CTO Dr. Rajiv Laroia, we learn the story of this remarkable new technology. Featuring 16 cameras and lenses of varying focal lengths ranging from wide-angle to telephoto. Images are captured simultaneously, allowing a wide dynamic range, and the ability to adjust focus, depth-of-field, and perspective after the shoot is over. Will this technology rewrite the history of photography? To learn more about this surprising new take on digital cameras, listen in! Recorded at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show by Harris Fogel and John Mulhern III.
Harris Fogel and John Mulhern III, Posted 1/30/2016 (37:06)
For more information on the Light L16 Camera visit: www.light.co