With a single (fast) shot, this camera takes full spherical images and, with some help from an app, lets you zoom, swipe, and rotate them.
This update to one of the toughest point-and-shoots around is now ready to be mounted to your bike, helmet, or car.
Ricoh consolidates all its prosumer eggs into one basket with an $800 APS-C compact, the Ricoh GR, taking aim at competitors that cost well over $1,000.
The Ricoh WG-4 (with and without GPS) and WG-20 offer the same durable construction that the series is known for, as well as a new mounting system for action cam lovers, and it officially drops the Pentax name from point-and-shoots.
Similarly designed as its "GR Digital" predecessors, the GR will be the lightest and more-or-less smallest APS-C compact available when it ships next month.
The ultracompact twin-lens imaging device creates fully spherical images you can zoom, swipe, and rotate.
Intellectual Ventures sues two more tech makers for allegedly infringing on patents. This time it's imaging bigs Canon and Ricoh.
The Ricoh GXR S10 is too expensive for what it offers and has nothing that makes it stand out from the competition. The GXR+S10 24-72mm module is solid, but it is far from being a best-in-class enthusiast compact camera.
The GR Digital II is a cute compact camera that might appeal to street photographers looking to step away from a rangefinder and into digital, but it doesn't deliver the features, performance, or image quality it should given its steep price tag.
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Because it has to serve a variety of lens/sensor modules, ostensibly with different capabilities, the Ricoh GXR's controls are generically designed and labeled.