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The market for digital cameras has been undergoing some significant changes in recent years. Instead of more megapixels, consumers are now chasing higher and higher ISO numbers. But pretty soon, it looks like cameras will be able to handle some computationally-intense operations and offer some amazing image processing functions. Here are some quick links to some existing and upcoming cool cameras.
- The Lytro camera is getting a lot of recent publicity over its after-shooting-focus function. But some of the examples of it seem a lot like Photoshop magic…. [url]
- The Stanford Frankencamera combines common digital camera hardware with some software tricks to create a “camera 2.0” gadget. When will cameras (without a phone function) be sold with a monthly wireless plan? [url]
- The first plenoptic camera has been on the market for a little while now, sold by Raytrix. Uh, $30,000 still sounds like a bit much for a 3 megapixel camera… [url]
- To discover more interesting photography-related content, check out what’s currently floating around the StumbleUpon universe. [url]
By the way, StumbleUpon can recommend some good Techdirt articles, too.