Conclusion: The Lytro LFC is unlike any consumer camera we've ever seen before - it captures fundamentally different information and produces output unlike any conventional model. Lytro must be commended for having made something so comparatively consumer-ready without the financial backing or years of experience that the major camera makers can fall back on. Sadly, we're not fully convinced by the Lytro, conceptually interesting though it is.
Pros: Interesting product design, Well-developed user interface, Simple workflow, despite concept's complexities, Interactive experience sharable on Facebook
Cons: Very low processed resolution, Explorable output tends to require contrived compositions, Small, low-res screen, Focus slow in Creative mode, Cross-hatch banding visible in high ISO images, No control over white balance can leave unpleasant tint under artificial light