The Lytro Light Field Camera isn't a good camera by any traditional metric, but it's one of the most unique gadgets you can own , and I've personally had a lot of fun with mine. Today only, Amazon's selling the 16GB model for just $80, or the 8GB model for $60, a far cry from its original $400-$500 price tag.

In case you need a refresher, this is the first camera in the world that used light field technology rather than a traditional lens and sensor system to capture a new type of photo. Once you've imported it onto your computer, you can tap any part of the image to refocus it, or even drag to shift the photo's perspective in 3D space. It really is a lot of fun to play around with. [ Lytro Light Field Camera, $60-$80]


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