The Light L16 camera is a paradigm shift for picture taking. The camera contains 16 lens/sensor pairs and software in the camera selects the lens/sensor pairs to make an image. In effect, it trades away a 35-150 zoom lens for some subset of the 16 lens/sensor pairs. The software selects the lens/sensor subset. It includes built in HDR processing and focus-stacking. The L 16 is about the size of a thick cell phone.
You can see it here: https://light.co/
You can read MIT’s technology review here: http://www.technologyreview.com/news/542121/a-high-end-camera-in-a-small-package/
You can see Thom Hogan's cautious review here http://www.dslrbodies.com/newsviews/the-light-camera-almost.html
Now the question for NRF. Do you see a lens-to-software paradigm shift in the making? If so, do you think Nikon will keep up or go the way of Kodak?
Robert M. Poston: D4, D810, V3, 14-24 F2.8, 24-70 f2.8, 70-200 f2.8, 80-400, 105 macro.