The L16 Camera Is The First Multi Aperture Camera In The World

Nowadays, people love to capture moments and share it on social media almost every day, thanks to the technology that can bring a camera into a smartphone. The vendors have been improving the quality of their smartphone’s camera, because they know how important it is for their users. Not everyone brings the DSLR camera with them every time, besides, it’s quite expensive and a bit complicated to use. However, the feature and the capability of the smartphone’s cameras are limited and some of them disappoint us.

What if there’s a new innovation that combine the quality of DSLR camera and the convenience of a smartphone? The L16 camera is the first multi aperture camera in the world. It has 16 individual cameras, which will capture the photo object details and computationally fuses the images together to create a single high-quality image up to 52 Megapixels. It also allows you to shoot, edit, and share the quality photos from one device. The L16 is an innovative camera with the DSLR quality and capability in a device that fits in your pocket.

The L16 camera eliminates the physical buttons and knobs like the ones you can find on the DSLR camera. It has an easy-to-use touch screen interface as you can find it on the smartphone. With only 5-inch display and 2x of today’s smartphone thickness, you can take it wherever you go and put it in your pocket. This new innovative camera will be available for $1,699 in late summer 2016. A limited quantity will be available for pre-order on November 6 for a special price, $1,299.

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