Lecture 16: Light Field Cameras (7)

I was searching stuff online about Lytro since I was curious in Ren's work, and I had a couple questions. It seems that a core problem hat Lytro tried to fix regarding light field cameras was the resolution, as it goes down as you get more data on depth from the microlens, and I was wondering why that is the case. Another question I had is why are light field cameras not as commonly used as regular cameras? The Lytro model shown in the picture offers a pretty solid resolution (about 40MP), and the Lytro cameras were in about the same price range as other cameras were.

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