The Light L16 Camera: the world’s first multi-aperture computational camera





Meet the world’s first multi-aperture computational camera. The Light L16 Camera uses breakthrough optics design with the most advanced imaging engine ever created to give you the control of a DSLR with the convenience of a smartphone. With 16 individual cameras, 10 of them firing simultaneously, the L16 captures the detail of your shot at multiple fixed focal lengths. Then the images are computationally fused to create an incredible high-quality final image with up to 52 megapixel resolution.

35mm to 150mm optical zoom, 52MP image, RAW, DNG, TIFF and JPEG format, 4K video (unknown format), 1/4-20 screw mount, wifi connection.

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