There's a pretty impressive “Wow!” factor to the Lytro light field camera's ability to refocus images after capture. If you've played with an image from a Lytro–the world's first plenoptic cameras aimed at consumers–you'll doubtless agree. Lytro also has a bright fixed-aperture zoom lens, and can create a depth map from the captured image which lets it provide a limited 3D effect, as demonstrated on the company's blog. And without the need to focus, by all accounts it's pretty speedy.
In other areas, though, the Lytro…
via Imaging Resource News Page http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2012/10/10/lytro-plenoptic-camera-gets-new-features-wider-availability