The #Lytro camera begins retailing in Singapore, from S$648
Now, the price may seem a tad on the high side. Especially when consumers are swamped with competing alternatives from prosumer ranges, micro four-thirds and DSLR lines. Not to mention my favorite rangefinders. So what do you get for paying a premium for Lytro? Other than the ability to manipulate the focus after taking the shot, users get a decent lifestyle camera that is extremely portable, has a fast lens that is able to shoot at a constant f/2 aperture with 8x optical zoom. To translate into layman’s terms, it works in dim places and if you are faraway from your subject such as during tech conferences or concerts. For those more well-versed with photography, the camera has an ISO range from 80 to 3200 and even has a built-in ND filter for the times that you want to shoot in strong light situations.