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Lytro officially kills off their online sharing platform

It’s been a while since Lytro decided to abandon the world of photography and focus on the video solutions. But their latest announcement is another step towards exiting the consumer photography market. As of this month, they are discontinuing their image sharing platform. This means their users won’t be able to share the native […] The post Lytro officially kills off their online sharing platform appeared first on DIY Photography.
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