“Basic laws of physics dictate that a large 24x36mm sensor and a 2kg piece of glass will still beat the Light L16 in almost every test. What it does offer, though, is incredible flexibility,” says Haje Jan Kamps of TechCrunch.Other features allow for 35 – 100mm optical zoom, which is pretty great for such a small camera, as well as touch screen and modified android software. In an in-depth article by The Verge, the L16 shows up great for street photography but poorer in low light. The desktop software is termed a chore and the camera performance too sluggish for any high-speed photography. The technology, though, remains fascinating. It could pave the way for braver, better ideas in the future.