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Raytrix GmbH is a German company founded by Christian Perwass and Lennart Wietzke that was the first to create and market commercial plenoptic cameras.[1] The R5 camera produces images of 1 megapixel resolution, while the R11 produces 3 megapixel images.[2] Unlike Lytro, which focuses on the consumer market, the main market of Raytrix's cameras is industrial and scientific applications where depth-information of each pixel can be useful.[3]


  1. ^ Zhang, Michael (23 September 2010). "The First Plenoptic Camera on the Market". PetaPixel. 
  2. ^ "Cameras". Raytrix GmbH. 2012. 
  3. ^ Out-of-focus pictures eliminated by photography innovation. BBC. 22 August 2011. 

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