Light’s L16 is unlike any camera you’ve ever seen or used. The camera promises DSLR-quality photos without the heft of a DSLR or even a mirrorless camera.

Right off the bat, you can see the L16 is a different kind of camera. There are 16 camera lens modules, each with 13-megapixels, on its front (five 35mm lenses, five 70mm lenses, and six 150mm lenses). All of these lenses give the camera an expansive focal range for taking anything from a close-up, to a wide-angle, to a zoomed in shot, with up to 52-megapixels of resolution.

“We’re trying to replace a big lens [on a DSLR] with multiple small lenses and small sensors,” Dr. Rajiv Laroia, Light’s co-founder and Chief Technology Officer, explains in a video. Read more…

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This point-and-shoot has 16 cameras on its front