Who hasn't been frustrated by an out-of-focus photo? The Lytro Light Field Camera
might be the most revolutionary change in photography since digital came along: it lets you refocus your photos after
you take them. Don't sell your old digital camera just yet, though. The Lytro has some serious drawbacks, including a fixed amount of storage. Take our quick tour of this unusual camera's features, from touchscreen to output. To experiment with the other dynamic photographs we took using the Lytro, read our full review
Swiping the Lytro's 1.52-inch touchscreen left to right switches from a live view to a playback mode. Swiping upward displays menu options, shown above, for switching to the camera's creative mode, displaying how much storage is left, or displaying the current battery level.