Shawn King's post | Latest updates on Sulia
Lytro, the very cool "light-field camera", has announced some very interesting upgrades to the product.
You now have control over the Lytro's shutter speed (to a max of eight seconds and a minimum of 250th of a second) and ISO (80 minimum to 3200 maximum). They've also added a neutral density filter and an auto exposure lock.
The best part is, you don't have to buy a whole new Lytro to get these new features.
You can download the free update simply by plugging your Lytro into your computer - the Lytro Desktop software will launch automatically. Lytro is also offering two new colors and two new accessories. http://blog.lytro.com/news/new-manual-controls-expand-creative-capabilities/