Lytro desktop software finally comes to Windows

The Lytro camera is perhaps the biggest thing to hit photography since the digital camera. A Lytro camera captures all available light when it snaps a picture. The reason it does this is so you can adjust the focus after the photo has been taken. You can do this on the camera and also on desktop software that was, until today, only available for Mac.

Photos taken with the Lytro camera are in a unique format, so the desktop software is literally the only way to view and adjust the photos on a PC. To use the software you  are required to be running Windows 7, have at least a Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB of RAM, and DirectX 10.

[Lytro via The Verge]

  • This just makes me want it all the more. Damn my lack of money piles.