When Lytro introduced its first light field camera in 2011, media proclaimed that photography was changed forever. Where a conventional camera records only a 2D effigy of a scene, Lytro's plenoptic microlens array captures a 4D light field, enabling photographers to capture moments in the form of 'living pictures.' These deliver light information from a scene in a form that can be shared, manipulated and interacted with over digital medium. The first Lytro camera was all about delivering this techology through a minimum of adjustment and interaction. LYTRO ILLUM is about delivering this technology to its full potential, and provides the photographer with full control over how the light is captured.