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You can get the Lytro Illum camera at its lowest price ever — but only for the next 24 hours

This is the future of photography: The Lytro Illum Camera lets you take “living pictures” that trump the static images even your DSLR can manage. It’s valued at nearly $1,300 and has been featured at a $349.99 sale price in our store. But for 24 hours only, you can pick up this innovative camera at its lowest price yet: Just $329.99 on TNW Deals. The Lytro Illum is the world’s first high-end camera to capture the entire light field.
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