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The Lytro Store is where it all happens today.
As reported yesterday, Lytro’s Light Field Camera will finally be available for purchase in German-speaking countries in just 10 days’ time. But where in Austria, Germany and Switzerland can you have a look at the camera, test it and (if desired) buy it?
The following list (sorted alphabetically by city) contains the specialist photography shops in Germany and Austria participating in the camera’s European launch on July 15 2013, based on information from the exclusive distributor Ringfoto: Continue reading
At today’s press conference in Munich, Lytro has just announced their first move into Europe: 11 more days, and the world’s first consumer light field camera will be available for purchase in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
The camera will be sold starting on the 15th of July. In Germany, Ringfoto will exclusively sell the camera in specialist stores throughout the country (list of vendors in Germany and Austria, list of vendors in Switzerland). Continue reading
Lytro has just announced the release of their Mobile App for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
The new app allows users to transfer Living Pictures from the camera directly, via WiFi (requires camera firmware update), interact with them on the mobile device, and share them “on the go” via cellular or an internet-connected WiFi network. Continue reading
“Our goal is to forever change the way people take and experience pictures“ (Ren Ng)
This – translated to German – is the headline for Lytro’s press conference invitation, which we just received a few minutes ago. In short, the Lytro Light Field Camera finally comes to Europe, and the German-speaking area.