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    Photokina 2008: Ricoh experience

    October 6th, 2008

    Photokina 2008: Ricoh experience

    Ricoh
    is one of the few, if not the only, company that really values it’s customers and their opinions. One thing that is surprising  is that Ricoh does not only read the Ricohforum but also read the DP Review forum and are aware of the blogs related to their cameras. So they follow very closely what their customers think about their cameras.

    During the Photokina they were able to provide some feedback and suggestions to improve their cameras as well as ideas on the next GRD III (phase detection AF, noise reduction, dust issues, etc.).

    One thing they explained is why they had to drop the phase detection AF, this is not because they don’t want to have a fast AF system or want to save money but because the company producing them stepped the production down due to lack of demand. Ricoh will look at alternatives and seeing how fast the Panasonic G1 can focus using contrast detection AF.

    With regards to the GRD II and GX200 and the increase in MP, Ricoh does not produce their own sensors, like Panasonic, so they have to buy them from other companies. This limits what they can choose from and being a smaller company they can’t dictate what sensors get produced for their cameras, like Nikon can probably do with Sony. They are aware however that their customers want less MP.

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    Ricoh G600 Review

    May 10th, 2008
    Ricoh G600 Review

    The new Ricoh G600 camera has some interesting features. Its superior water and dust resistance plus even greater shock resistance make the Ricoh G600 ideal for hard outdoor use. A shock resistant structure and stronger camera cone create a robust body able to withstand falls from 1.5 m onto 26 surfaces, in compliance with US Department of Defense “MIL Standard 810F” (previous models withstood 1.0 m). The Ricoh G600 camera is able to cope with rough handling outdoors.

    The Ricoh G600 boasts the same impressive water resistance as its predecessor’s, surpassing JIS protection grade 7 performance. Besides taking pictures in the rain, it can even take pictures underwater at depths of up to about 1 m. Dust resistance satisfies JIS protection grade 6. Pictures can be taken in environments, such as the seashore, where there are high concentrations of sand or dust. The well thought out design and positioning of the large buttons make operation easy even with gloves on, such as while skiing.

    The Ricoh G600’ compact body has a size of 116.5 mm (W) × 68.0 mm (H) × 32.0 mm (D). Light weight of 260 g (Previous model dimensions 133.05 mm (W) × 78.5 mm (H) × 74.0 mm (D); weight approx. 400 g. The flat design uses a non-protruding inner-zoom lens so that the lens does not extend out from the body regardless of whether the power is on or off.

    Features:

    • 10 megapixel
    • 5x optical zoom lens
    • water resistance is rated at JIS protection grade 7
    • underwater shooting up to a depth of 1 meter
    • handle cold environments
    • 2.7-inch LCD display
    • 116.5 mm × 68.0 mm × 32.0 mm
    • 400 g

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    Ricoh R50 Review

    February 24th, 2008

    Ricoh R50 ReviewRicoh got rid of the name Caplio and unveiled the first camera without the Caplio sticker. Ricoh announced the release of a compact camera - the Ricoh R50 - that features a 10 megapixel CCD, a 5x optical zoom (36 mm - 180 mm in 35 mm camera format) and pays particular attention to portability.

    The new Ricoh R50 is a digital camera with a compact body that measures 97.3 (W)×56.3 (H)×23.4 (D) mm and makes it easy to carry. This user-friendly camera features scene functions that can be used in a wide variety of shooting conditions, enabling anyone to easily take beautiful images. It is equipped with 15 differing scene functions such as a sports function which captures the split-second movement of a fast-moving subject.

    One push of the shutter button allows the user to take successive pictures. Convenient for those wishing to check the form of their golf or tennis swing. Possible to record images other than still photography. The Ricoh R50 is available in March 2008, colour silver and a price tag of £149.99 inc vat.

    The sports function captures the split-second movement of a fast-moving subject. The cosmetic function can be used to enhance the skin tones of the subject. The still image with audio function allows a voice memo to be attached to a still image.

    The night view portrait function enables the user to enhance the subject while retaining the background night scenery. The lamp function enables photograph in low-light conditions. The best shot function allows 4 successive still images to be captured
    as the exposure changes.

    Features:

    • 10 megapixel CCD
    • 5x optical zoom
    • 36 to 180mm zoom lens
    • 97.3(W)×56.3(H)×23.4(D) mm
    • 15 differing scene functions

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