The Light L16 is basically 16 cameras in one. It packs the power of a DSLR into the small form factor of a smartphone, and allows you to change your DoF and focal length after you’ve captured your image.
The L16 is the world’s first multi-aperture computational camera. Utilizing a folded optics design, it simultaneously captures up to 10 images with 16 separate cameras at 3 focal lengths and then combines them using its computational algorithm to produce a 52MP image. This allows users to adjust depth of field, focus, and exposure after the images has been captured. Furthermore, thanks to the 16 cameras that range in focal lengths between 35mm to 150mm, the L16 will choose a subset of those cameras to capture images based on the field of view the users sets themselves.
Take a look at this promo for the Light L16 camera: