Ricoh didn't even bother to add a "II" to the name on the camera body, just the FCC sticker.
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 sci-fi-looking camera can capture panoramic photos in a single shot as well as video that can be endlessly manipulated with your fingertips on your iOS or Android device.
The ultracompact twin-lens imaging device creates fully spherical images you can zoom, swipe, and rotate.
Finally, a pro staple 70-200mm f2.8 and a new weatherproof telephoto zoom.
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.
Google's massive video site is gaining support for uploads that may make you feel like the planet's biggest video site has you surrounded -- literally.
Trying to coax consumers toward a world beyond smartphones, camera makers at the CP+ trade show reveal plans for dramatically better premium products.