The Light L16 camera, initially reported back in October 2015, is at long last crawling towards a discharge. The organization has been prodding pictures of its first model for quite a while, and the organization as of late offered a gander at the creation of its Design Verification Test (DVT) cameras. LightRumors has as of late distributed pictures of the up and coming 52-megapixel camera giving us a look at what it might look like when it begins shipping.
The pictures uncover some outline changes made to the item, when contrasted with early models. LightRumors reports that the blaze, which used to be over the “Light” logo has been moved, and is currently situated in the middle of all the camera modules. The blaze itself is a double shading streak. LightRumors has additionally noticed that the laser center help module had been moved to account for the blaze. The new pictures likewise uncover a level handgrip contrasted with the somewhat brought hold seen up in pictures of prior models.
The Light L16 incorporates 16 cameras, six of which utilize 150mm F2.4 zooming focal points. Whatever remains of the ten focal points are involved five 70mm F2 focal points and five 28mm F2 wide-edge focal points.
The organization has said that that its DVT test cameras have been put through thorough practical tests and are currently advancing into the field for further execution evaluations.The organization arrangements to start shipping pre-discharge L16s to choose clients who volunteered for the organization’s beta program in May. Pre-requests of the Light L16 camera are relied upon to start transportation to clients in the US on July 14. The organization expects satisfaction of pre-requests to take until late summer. While the Light L16 has as of now been sold out, the organization wants to acknowledge new requests for the camera in the US in late 2017.