The web is abuzz with news of the Lytro "Light Field" camera we posted on back in June, as they've now set final prices and are accepting pre-orders. The revolutionary camera lets you shoot everything you point it at, depth-of-field be damned, and allows you to "focus after the fact" in post-processing.
Technology aside we're most impressed with the form factor of the device, which tosses out 100-plus years of camera body designs and opts for an axial shape that looks something like a nautical telescope from the future. We imagine uptake of the device will be polarized, with traditional shooters dismissing "focus after the fact" as an artless way to save processing time up front while adding work at the back end, and enthusiastic hobbyists with less time put into building up quick focusing skills will not be able to live without it.
Prices are $399 for the 8GB and $499 for the 16GB model, though there's no mention of hard delivery times.