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Ricoh GR-Digital 8.13MP 1/1.8" CCD 3264 x 2448pixels Black

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With a digital camera all the pictures you make are stored digitally, which means you can instantly view a picture after you have taken it and take as many pictures as you like, without having to buy new films all the time. It is easy to download the pictures from your camera to your computer, either at home or at the shop and edit them before printing. Once they are on your computer, you can easily share your pics with the rest of the world by putting them on-line, or e-mailing them to friends.
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Short summary description Ricoh GR-Digital 8.13MP 1/1.8" CCD 3264 x 2448pixels Black:
This short summary of the Ricoh GR-Digital 8.13MP 1/1.8" CCD 3264 x 2448pixels Black data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.
Ricoh GR-Digital, 8.13 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, 1/1.8", CCD, 170 g, Black
Long summary description Ricoh GR-Digital 8.13MP 1/1.8" CCD 3264 x 2448pixels Black :

Ricoh GR-Digital. Megapixel: 8.13 MP, Image sensor size: 1/1.8", Sensor type: CCD, Maximum image resolution: 3264 x 2448 pixels. Digital zoom: 4x. Maximum video resolution: 320 x 240 pixels. Display diagonal: 6.35 cm (2.5"). Internal memory: 26 MB. Weight: 170 g. Colour of product: Black

This is an auto-generated long summary of Ricoh GR-Digital 8.13MP 1/1.8" CCD 3264 x 2448pixels Black based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.
Picture quality
Megapixel *
The number (in millions) of light-sensitive picture elements known as pixels actually used by the camera's image sensor (CCD) to record light, and which are reflected to the final number of recorded pixels stored on the memory card.
8.13 MP
Image sensor size *
Sensor type *
A sensor is a convertor than measures a physical quality (light, temperature etc.) and displays this electronically on a device.
Maximum image resolution *
Resolution is the amount of detail held by an image. The higher the resolution, the better (sharper) the image. The maximum image resolution produces the best image.
3264 x 2448 pixels
Still image resolution(s) *
List of image resolutions that supported by device.
640 x 480,1280 x 960,3264 x 2176,3264 x 2448
Lens system
Digital zoom *
Indicates the digital zoom capacity, the number of times that the picture is enlarged thanks to digital technology.
Normal focusing range
0.3 - ∞
Macro focusing range (tele)
0.015 - ∞
Light exposure
ISO sensitivity *
A measure of a photographic film's sensitivity to light.
64, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600
Flash modes *
Different modes for a camera flash which are manually/automatically activated e.g. auto-flash mode, flash on with red eye reduction.
Auto, Flash off, Red-eye reduction, Slow synchronization
Flash range (wide) *
0.2 - 3 m
Flash range (tele) *
0.2 - 3 m
Video recording *
Recording moving visual images.
Maximum video resolution *
This is the maximum resolution of video images. Resolution is a measure of the degree of detail visible.
320 x 240 pixels
Motion JPEG frame rate
30 fps
Video formats supported
The type of video formats that can be used by this device.
Compatible memory cards *
Types of memory cards which can be used with this product.
Internal memory
The amount of memory, usually measured in bytes (e.g. MB, GB), which is installed in the system's hardware.
26 MB
Maximum memory card size
The maximum size of memory card that can be used with this device.
1 GB
Display *
The description of display that can includes display type, resolution, size etc.
Display diagonal *
Size of the display for this product, measured diagonally, usually in inches.
6.35 cm (2.5")
White balance *
Technique in photography and image processing, which involves a global adjustment of the intensities of the colors (typically red, green, and blue primary colors). An important goal of this adjustment is to render specific colors – particularly neutral colors including white – correctly.
Auto, Cloudy, Custom modes, Daylight, Fluorescent, Shade, Tungsten
Self-timer delay *
Duration of self-timer, that's a camera device that gives a delay between pressing the shutter release and the shutter's firing. It is most commonly used to let photographers to take a photo of themselves (often with the family), hence the name.
2 s
Battery type
Description of battery supplied with the product, such battery form factor (e.g. AA/AAA).
Number of batteries supported
The number of batteries that can be used with the product.
Colour of product *
The colour e.g. red, blue, green, black, white.
Operational conditions
Operating temperature (T-T)
0 - 40 °F
Weight & dimensions
Width *
The measurement or extent of something from side to side.
107 mm
Depth *
The distance from the front to the back of something.
25 mm
Height *
The measurement of the product from head to foot or from base to top.
58 mm
Weight *
Weight of the product without packaging (net weight). If possible, the net weight is given including standard accessories and supplies. Please note that sometimes the manufacturer leaves out the weight of accessories and/or supplies.
170 g
Other features
Video capability
Capability of video recording/playback.
Interface ports to connect pieces of equipment. USB (Universal Serial Bus) has become the most popular wired interface to connect peripherals. USB 2.0 supports speeds up to 480 Mbit/s (USB 1: 12 Mbit/s). The interface FireWire is also known as the IEEE 1394 standard. Enhanced IDE (EIDE)is sometimes referred to as Fast ATA, Fast IDE or ATA-2.
Built-in flash
The product has an internal flash. A flash produces a brief very bright light, used for taking photographs in poor light.
Camera shutter speed
Determines the length of time the shutter lets light pass through the lens to the CCD. Shutter speed and aperture together determine exposure.
180 - 1/2000
Power source
What is providing power for the product e.g. mains electricity.
Digital SLR
The single-lens reflex (SLR) is a type of camera that uses a movable mirror placed between the lens and the film to project the image seen through the lens to a matte focusing screen.
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Testseek has collected 20 expert reviews for Ricoh GR-Digital and the average expert rating is 76 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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In October 1996, the Ricoh GR series of 35mm film cameras was born. They were some of the company's first compact cameras aimed at the enthusiast and pro snapper where image quality and the resolving power of the lens were the paramount considerations...
Bottom line While the Ricoh GR Digital is not without flaws and notwithstanding its £400 price tag, which may make some swallow hard before parting with any cash for it, it is also a very accomplished compact camera. The new GR would be ideal as a professional's...
The new digital model lives up to the reputation of its forbears and is stunning piece of kit...
Good Great magnesium-alloy build, compact and lightweight, excellent handling, great image quality, comprehensive level of specification...
Bad Large screen hampered in brighter conditions – viewing becomes difficult. The pop-up flash position means errant fingers can inadvertently hinder it...
Bottom line The new digital model lives up to the reputation of its forbears and is stunning piece of kit...
What is the Ricoh GR? The Ricoh GR Digital series is now several generations old, having evolved previously from Ricoh's film heritage. Its long heritage is a hint at its purpose, too, because this is pricey, fixed lens compact for the‘true photographer'...
Good Impressive shot to shot times, A good level of sharpness throughout the frame, Lightweight yet robust body, Impressive AF system...
Bad Metering system a touch too sensitive, AWB can at times be a touch too warm, Harsh noise reduction on JPEG files, Video quality a letdown...
The Ricoh GR is the latest Ricoh GR digital camera, the 5th version of the compact "street" camera. Designed to fit easily into your pocket, the camera has a fixed focal length equivalent to 28mm, with this latest version featuring a much larger 16 me...
Bottom line The Ricoh GR (V) is an impressive upgrade to the previous GR Digital model, with a 16 megapixel APS-C sensor, the Ricoh GR suddently becomes much more attractive, with an extremely sharp 28mm equivalent lens, the camera delivers excellent image quality...
Ricoh’s fixed-lens 35mm film-based GR1 and GR21 compacts achieved something of a cult following for wide-angle aficionados. The new 8mp GR Digital is a great improvement on the originals. It boasts a slightly faster 28mm f/2.4 GR lens with a near-ci...
The Ricoh GR ($799.95 direct) is the rare camera that does just about everything right. It’s a fixed-lens compact with a 18.3mm (28mm equivalent) f/2.8 prime lens and a 16-megapixel APS-C image sensor, the same size found in most D-SLRs. It will undoubted...
Bottom line The Ricoh GR fixed, wide-lens, large-sensor compact is one of those rare cameras that does just about everything right...
Launched in the spring of 2013, the superb Pentax-Ricoh GR APS-C compact can now be customised with a series of add-ons that revamp the camera's look. This "Leicaàla... Announced barely more than a month ago, the Pentax-Ricoh GR is a camera that's go...
Good Totally customisable controls for personalised handling, Very responsive performances for speedy shooting, Instinctive and userfriendly handling (once set up), "Snap" preset focus mode is great for street photography, Picture quality up to 6400 ISO, Build...
Bad Requires user input to set up and use, advanced knowledge required, Setup and customisation can be time consuming, No inmenu "help" function to explain settings, Video quality is nothing special, Startup could be quicker, No WiFi, GPS, touchscreen...
Bottom line The Ricoh GR is an advanced compact camera that won't suit everyone. It's a demanding and intricate expert compact that will require a certain amount of user knowledge and input to tailor it to your needs and preferences. However, once that's done, the GR...
Fixed focal length lens notwithstanding, Ricohs GR Digital camera is a serious bit of gear with plenty to attract quality-focused photographers who want a pocketable camera. Designed on the basis of the 9-year-old Ricoh GR film camera it combines an e...
The Ricoh GR is a technological marvel as much as it is a camera. If you didn’t know better, you could mistake it for a typical point and shoot. But the GR is more than that. Inside its 227g magnesium alloy body resides a 16.2-megapixel APC-C CMOS sens...
There are high-end compact cameras and there are high-end compact cameras. The Ricoh GR most definitely fits into the latter group: there's an APS-C size sensor-the same size as found in many DSLR cameras-paired up with a fixed 28mm equivalent f/2.8 l...
Good Image quality is exceptional, supersharp lens, well priced considering the competition, plenty of customisation options, f/2.8 aperture, builtin ND filter (also works in auto), converter lenses and hotshoe for optical finder/accessories...
Bad Autofocus can be hit and miss, autofocus in lowlight hunts to excess, battery life isn't good enough, no tiltangle screen rules out waistlevel work, limited buffer capacity for burst shooting, clunky manual focus...
Bottom line If you've been stroking your chin about buying a fixed focal length compact camera with a large sensor then we're not surprised: the choices in this niche market are limited, while each available option has its limitations. Fortunately the Rico...
Announced on the 13th of Septemer 05, the Ricoh GR Digital is a unique 8 megapixel digital camera with a fixed 28mm equivelant wide angle lens - a digital version of the popular and highly regarded Ricoh GR1 35mm film camera - a camera po...
Good Excellent Image Quality Excellent Macro Mode Excellent (optional) optical viewfinder - probably the best available for/in a compact digital camera Ultra-wide angle adapter (optional) - widest available in a compact (equivelent to 21mm in a compact digi...
Bad Slow RAW mode Expensive optional extras, such as the excellent optical viewfinder Some over-exposure / blown highlights outdoors (see wedding photo for example) Battery not clipped in - can/will fall out when you are changing the memory card No longer...
Bottom line The Ricoh GR Digital is a unique digital camera, offering excellent image quality for people who want a wide angle, or ultra-wide-angle lens with a compact body. The easy to use camera offers speedy performance, good battery life, and a good camera bod...
Like the Kodak V570, Ricoh’s 8-megapixel GR Digital is aimed at those who prefer to stand apart from the crowd. By consistently focusing on useful features – such as the ability to shoot at wide-angle and in low light (up to ISO 1600 here) &nd...
Good Crisply detailed, natural-looking wide-angle images.
Bad No zoom facility; attachments and removable media cost extra.
Bottom line Sure to gain ‘must-have’ status as the secondary camera of choice for D-SLR users, the GR Digital is a snapshot for grown-ups that produces images that wouldn’t disgrace the professionals (photographers that is, not Messrs Bodie and Doyl...
The Ricoh GR ($800) is the sleeper digicam of 2013. Ricoh the company is better known for office copiers in the U.S. We joke, but in reality Ricoh has been in the digital camera business for some time–it's just more popular globally than in the U.S. But...
Good Compact size, large APSC sensor, 28mm prime lens, Solid photos with enough light, Extensive controls and customization...
Bad No focus ring on lens, Dual mics are mono, No builtin image stabilization, Noisier than main competitor...
Bottom line As much as we like to save money, the Coolpix A is a better overall camera than the Ricoh GR. The Nikon's images are sharper and colors more accurate. The fact the Coolpix has built-in image stabilization while the GR does not is definitely a factor. Al...
Ricoh claim their goal with this model, the GR digital, was to recreate the functionality and style of the popular GR-1 film camera, in a compact, digital form and they have done a decent job of it. The GR Digital takes above average shots, and has a r...
Good Classic style, Pretty good pictures...
Bad No optical zoom, High chromatic aberration, Flash poorly placed The Final Word If you can live without optical zoom and want a classically designed camera to remind you of the good old days, then the GR Digital might be for you. It is, however, extreme...
Bottom line If you can live without optical zoom and want a classically designed camera to remind you of the good old days, then the GR Digital might be for you. It is, however, extremely expensive.
8-megapixel compact digital camera: If you take your digital photography seriously, but dont want to have to carry around a bulky SLR, your main choice is a high quality, 35mm compact equivalent. This semi-pro market is where Ricoh is aiming...
The Ricoh GR is an 8 megapixel compact camera with a fixed focal length, wide angle lens. The lens is the equivalent of a 28mm f2.4 optic on a film camera and there is an optional supplementary lens that shortens the focal length to 21mm. Yes, you hav...
Good The Ricoh GR has an outstanding lens that produces wide angle images without distortion. In fact the straight lines near the edge of frame are as perfect as any we have seen from a lens of this focal length. Exposure and colour are good and as we have...
Bad Images straight from the camera are just a little soft but they respond well to a touch of unsharp mask in Photoshop. However picture noise is noticeable at higher ISO settings and this is emphasised by sharpening.
Bottom line The Ricoh GR is obviously not for everyone. It is a relatively expensive single purpose camera. The one thing that it does it does well. For anyone with an interest in landscape photography or planning to spend a week or two in Venice this would be an...
Ricoh had a reputation for producing superb 35mm film compact cameras such as the GR I and GR21 that found favour with enthusiast photographers. However, despite producing high quality images, the company's digital compact cameras such as the Ricoh GR II...
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