Snapdeal.com launches LYTRO Camera in India

22nd January 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, January 22, 2013: Snapdeal.com, India’s online marketplace has launched the Lytro Camera in India. It’s records the entire light field — all the rays of light travelling in every direction through a scene — instead of a flat 2D image. By capturing the light field, one can do incredible things like endlessly refocus pictures after taking them.

The Lytro camera also enables one to share their pictures online with friends. Users can also refocus the photographs as many times as they wish. Further, with Lytro’s newest light field capability, Perspective Shift, one can interactively change their point of view in a picture after having captured the shot. Users can import the picture onto their computer or mobile and shift the living picture in any direction they want: left, right, up, down and all around. People can easily share their pictures on Facebook, Twitter, and more, so that even their friends can refocus and shift perspective with the pictures.

The Lytro 11-Megaray Light Field is available on Snapdeal.com in 8GB &16GB variants. The 8GB camera is available for Rs 39,999/- while the 16GB camera is available for 47,999/-. The 8GB camera also comes in 2 exciting colors- Electric Blue and Graphite.

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