Lytro introduced its Lytro Cinema camera at the NAB Show in 2016. The camera uses light field technology to capture the image which allows it to be completely manipulated afterward - camera movement, focus, etc. Here's a video about the camera.
Filmmaker Ang Lee broke new ground with his 2016 film Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk. In order to accentuate the "realness" of the film Lee shot in 4K 3D at 120 frames per second. The response was mixed as audiences are used to more traditional movies shot at 24 or 30 - even 60 frames per second. Very few theatres can project at that frame rate and resolution so most audiences did not see the film as originally shot - those who did, though, had what was described as a "disquieting experience."