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On article Lytro announces Illum light field camera (349 comments in total)

may i request please that someone knowledgeable educate me on how large the pictures from this camera will be on my computer monitor? i'm quite confused by this point.

i'd like to know so i have a better sense of the size of these images.

i understand that their standard first gen camera (the box-y one) has very small images, which makes them fun and curious and interesting, but ultimately, for me personally at least, more of a curiosity.

however, if this new camera's images are substantially larger, even comparable to a regular point and shoot, it would make this actually practical.

of course, i understand that standard cameras have now gone up to 20MP and onwards, but still, if the physical size on a monitor is not teeny tiny, it would make this new model far less a curiosity and more of a useful tool.

thanks in advance.

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