New Dimension to Image Capturing


You know what's the latest exciting piece of information I've got for you. You guess it right, it is about a gadget, a camera which will allow focusing on objects after image is taken. Hard to be true but it will be.

This has nothing to do with SMSGator but what is left to be said about the SMSGator or the SMSGator Lite. By now, I believe that you might have known what they are right. The former is the full version of an SMS-Based iPhone application which allows you to send bulk SMS in a jiffy, translate language, encrypt SMS, etc. and the latter is the introductory version of the former.

Getting back to the camera, this camera is under development by the company Lytro and the good news is that this gadget will be available in the market later this year.

What I like about the camera here in topic is that we don't have to adjust the focus of the camera. We just have to click the capture button and change the focus later. Imagine you are to take a picture of a fast moving or something which is bound to vanish in a while, you don't have to waste your time adjusting the camera focus but just capture it.
The secret of this camera lies with the new type of sensor that gathers much more information or component from light entering the camera than other sensors found in conventional digital cameras.

What we can do now is wait for the product to be launched. As announced by the company that is developing the camera, this gadget will be available before the end of this year.

Once this camera is launched, it's mechanism will also be employed by other companies to be incorporated in their devices. You can also imagine a new version of iPhone or an iPhone application with this feature.