OttoVonChriek: Very nice.
But I don't see anything here that would have been different had they not had light field cameras, except that the image quality would have been better had they not used it.
I always imagined a light field camera being useful for making better images from shots that must be caputured on the fly, such as photojournalism or snapshots.
When doing setup or planned shots, I imagine a professional choosing just the right lens for the job, and getting the best image quality.
Imagine the same video but if they were holding 5D's and you have a Canon Commercial.
If the camera could shoot at extreme speeds (focus later) or be able to do something that I couldn't do right now then I would be a buyer.
They need to wow me with the technology
I'll wear my GOPRO around my neck instead.
carlosdelbianco: Pretty boring.
I'm all for this I wish I could have lived in the world of film, 20 years ago. Today we have the ability to take photos without having to carry a larger camera. I plan on doing the same when I get a gopro.
Worth it if I own a EM5 OMD for video?
Or a waste
pentax ls465 should be one of those... I'm really disappointed