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Light-Field Camera Maker Lytro Expands Into Stores in U.S. and Internationally

September 25, 2012

Lytro, the maker of a new kind of camera that can refocus after a picture is taken, said Tuesday that it will, for the first time, start selling the camera via other retailers.

The company had been selling the $400 camera exclusively via its Web site, but will start selling via Amazon and on the Web sites of Target and BestBuy, as well as instore at a handful of urban CityTarget outlets. The company also plans to start selling internationally through partners in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong and Singapore.



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