Since we can correct aberrations from our lens when using light field cameras, are there still reasons to use extremely complicated lenses? I thought before that adding many components to the lens was solely to minimize the aberrations.
I would assume that there are limits to the light field sensor when it comes to resolution and we can't capture the light field exactly. As a result, the reconstruction algorithm here can't be lossless especially when trying to correct large aberrations.
What are the limits of the light field sensor?