The Light L16 is a camera that features breakthrough optics design that offers the control of a DSLR with the convenience of a smartphone. It’s a truly unique multi-aperture computational camera that runs on Android, giving you the best of both worlds.
The way it works is rather interesting; multiple cameras fire simultaneously and fuses the information to create an image with details shot at multiple focal lengths, creating an image with up to 52MP resolution. It also performs remarkably well under extreme low light situations, thanks to ten cameras shooting simultaneously to gather more light. The benefits of having multiple cameras shooting at once is also that the user can pick a focal plane and depth of field, even long after taking the photo.
It’s an incredible camera that’s like nothing else on the market, which could possibly revolutionize the camera industry. Having said that, the camera’s multiple lenses makes us hope that your subject doesn’t suffer from trypophobia.