Several news sites like The New York Times and CNN are buzzing about an upcoming camera that your clients will definitely want: The Lytro Light Field Camera focuses after the picture is taken (meaning less time spent adjusting the focus and more time clicking away), and that can even shoot photos in 3D. The camera has several internal lenses to capture more light than a normal camera, and at more than one angle. (3D photos of the Louvre? We can't wait!)
"While viewing a picture taken with a Lytro camera on a computer screen, you can, for example, click to bring people in the foreground into sharp relief, or switch the focus to the mountains behind them," The Times reports. The camera will reportedly be the size of a standard point-and-shoot, and the resolution is about the quality of a Nikon or Canon P&S.
The company has not yet revealed what the price of the camera will be, but has reported that it will be sold via Amazon and on its own website.