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The Lytro camera will be great ... in the future

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The Lytro is a camera like no other. It produces photos which you can focus and refocus as you please — long after they're taken. But is this gadget ready to replace your trusty point-and-shoot? Msnbc.com's Rosa Golijan finds out.