Ricoh GR Digital Reviews

Ricoh GR Digital Reviews Trusted Reviews has posted a Ricoh GR Digital review where they write: “Ricoh has produced something unique, a compact camera that will satisfy even the most demanding enthusiast. Its combination of compact portability, robust build quality, superb handling, creative control and fantastic picture quality should make it a firm favourite among keen photographers, especially the travel photographers who loved the original GR film camera. An expensive camera, especially for the whole kit, but well worth the money.”

Pocket-lint has reviewed the Ricoh GR Digital, they gave the digital camera 9 out of 10 and write: “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 little camera. The new GR would be ideal as a professional’s back up, or perhaps the main weapon of choice for photo enthusiasts. In either case they’d be safe in the knowledge the camera boasts a superb spec, lacking practically nothing; a built-in optical viewfinder would be a benefit though. Moreover, the image quality and versatility will not let them down. In short, it is worth every penny.”

Digital Lifestyles has reviewed the Ricoh GR digital camera and say: “The Ricoh GR Digital is a truly unique digital camera that stands out from the crowd by concentrating on the basics, offering a speedy performance, full creative control, a good battery life and a fast, crisp wide-angle lens that made it perfect for landscapes and cameos. We fell in love with the camera’s Lo-Fi look, with its nondescript appearance barely attracting attention on the street, letting us get on with taking pictures unhindered.”

DigiCam Review has reviewed the Ricoh GR Digital, here’s a little of what they wrote about the digital camera: 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 body with very good controls. The high ISO settings may come in handy on occasion, at the cost of image quality. This camera is difficult to recommend due to poor value for money and it’s lack of optical zoom. However, if image quality is a priority and you’ve been looking for a rugged wide-angle compact digital camera, with the option of a very high quality optical viewfinder, and optional ultra-wide angle converter, then this could be the camera for you! Ricoh are once again to be commended for daring to offer a unique digital camera in a crowded market.

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