We take pictures to capture moments. To freeze people, places, sensations, emotions, and so much more in time. These memories are precious to us, and that’s why we’ve made cameras a part of our everyday lives — isn’t the quality of your smartphone’s camera a consideration every time you upgrade?
Beyond our phones, many people invest in DSLR cameras to capture quality images. However, many amateurs discover one major downside after sinking over $1k into the purchase: DSLRs are huge, and people quickly tire of toting them around.
But what if you could have the best of both worlds? What if there were a camera the size of a smartphone that produced images of equal or better quality than a DSLR?
Well, I’m here to tell you that your search for the perfect travel camera is over, and it ends with Light.
The L16 camera is like nothing you’ve ever seen before. It uses folded optics to lay 16 different high-quality lenses into the body of a camera that can slide into your pocket (OK … that might be a tight squeeze, but it’s tiny compared to a DSLR).
Ten of the lenses fire at once, and then the camera’s technology creates a composite image with the best results from every lens, resulting in a 52-megapixel quality image. Did you get that? 52 megapixels!
The editing features intrinsic in the device are equally impressive, allowing you to adjust everything from lighting to focus. Once your image is ready for sharing, the L16’s built-in Wi-Fi feature makes things easy. To top it all off, the L16’s price is surprisingly comparable to a DSLR (when you consider the cost of the lenses you’d need to create similar performance).
Talk about a camera designed for your inner adventurer!