Yes, I've heard about the Lytro camera. It's more of a fad item than something a professional would use. The sensor is fantastic, but since its so small you won't get much out of it. I know a couple of camera companies want to introduce the technology into their products, but camera prices would triple and quadruple if it were the case. Give it another 10 years and it would be more realistic to see such tech in modern DSLR cameras. Steve Jobs was in negotiations with Ren Ng, the creator of the Lytro camera before his passing to vastly improve the Apple iPhone camera. Commercially its a 1 megapixel camera. However, there are a lot of electrical companies who have upwards of 100 megapixel light field cameras. Its fantastic tech, but still very infant for commercial use. It has been awhile since I've posted some images. Here are shots of Steel Panther in Melbourne last Sunday at Festival Hall.