Well this looks interesting. I'm sure people are still gun shy to new computational photography technology thanks to Lytro not living up to the hype. The biggest hurdle aside from life post-Lytro is taming the beast that is the iPhone. Still tough to pass up on 52 megapixels, 3 in camera focal lengths with optical zoom, wi-fi (which Canon still does not have WTF!?) and post photo depth of field management.
My big questions for Light is what will be proprietary about the camera? This was Lytro's doom. Will it support DNG? will it output a RAW file? JPG? Will it require proprietary software (again Lytro's fatal decision)? What is the dynamic range of the camera? How well does it perform in low light? How well will it play with social sharing sites? I could go on, but this is the start of the things I'm most curious about.
So would you get one? Pre-launch it's $400 off bringing the price to $1299.
That's still a lot to commit to without knowing how the camera handles and how natural their interface feels.