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The Ricoh GR II Adds Wi-Fi to a Cult Classic

The Ricoh GR was a fantastically simple compact camera — one big APS-C sensor crammed into a portable body, with a good prime lens, decent controls, and not much else in the way. Two years after the original release, Ricoh has released the GR II. What ain’t broke isn’t fixed — the only major addition is Wi-Fi and NFC. » 6/17/15 10:00pm 6/17/15 10:00pm

Ricoh R10 Digital Compact Cam is Updated R8, Bigger Screen

Ricoh's previous-gen R8 digital cam only hit the streets back in February » 8/19/08 7:16am 8/19/08 7:16am, and it's now being replaced by the new R10. The R10 has a larger 3-inch screen, 7.1x optical zoom, and a 10-megapixel CCD sensor that can shoot at ISO80 to ISO1600. There's also four-person face recognition, CCD-shift anti-shake compensation, a…

Ricoh Bumps Up Megapixels with the GX200 Camera

With 12 megapixels of creamy goodness, Ricoh's GX200 is an upgrade of last year's GX100. The Smooth Imaging Engine III processing engine gives you better noise reduction, there's a 2.7-inch, 460,000-pixel HVGA LCD screen, an electronic level function for horizontal and vertical shooting, and 5fps continuous RAW mode.… » 6/24/08 9:20am 6/24/08 9:20am