Ricoh Caplio R7 Digital Camera Review

Ricoh Caplio R7 digital camera offers 8.1 megapixels and a 7.1x wide zoom lens (28-200mm), meaning that it will bring you more optical zoom than any other camera in this range. On the first view, I can say it has a very solid build. Around the back are a selection of well-positioned control buttons, which prove to be responsive. One of these buttons is particularly useful: the ‘adj’ button (abbreviation for adjustments), which allows easy access to a host of useful control options such as exposure compensation, white balance control and ISO settings: the main ingredients for a technically good photo. The on-screen menu system is a doodle to navigate. The most interesting features of this model are vibration control and face recognition technology. There’s no optical viewfinder, but the 2.7inch LCD screen is one of biggest out there and performs very well even in bright sun. On the other … Read more

Ricoh Caplio GX100 Digital Camera Review

In matter of design, Ricoh Caplio is not much for a camera, but as performance, at the quality-price rapport, it stands out good. There’s no optical viewfinder on the Ricoh Caplio GX100, but there’s a removable optional electronic viewfinder which might be useful. The user interface is simple, with minimum buttons, therefor, image deletion is not as easy as pressing a key. On the other hand, this is a camera that offers it’s users a manual focus mode and even the flash pops-up manually plus it sports an external lens cap. This camera feature has an optical-based anti-shake system which is normally turned on. Therefore, the Ricoh Caplio GX100 automatically compensates for camera shake, which is a slight blurring of the image that typically occurs at slow shutter speeds. Ricoh are well known for delivering responsive cameras, and the Caplio GX100 continues that tradition. The start-up time from turning the … Read more

The Most Advanced Compact Underwater Digital Camera DX-1G

The worlds most advanced compact underwater digital camera system is currently the DX-1G (based on the Ricoh Caplio GX-100 digital camera). With it you can take photos up to 10 megapixels, using a 24-72mm wide-angle-to-telephoto lens even in RAW format not just JPEG. Some features include: Vibration Correction, 3x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom, 2.5-inch LCD, super macro mode as close as 1cm, A (Aperture Mode), P (Program Mode), M (Manual Exposure Mode) and 2 Custom modes (MY1 and MY2), as well as Manual focus capability for additional control in critical low-light or intense macro conditions. Considering all this, I can say that anyone who wants to make a deal out of underwater photography, beginner (hobbyist) or professional photographer, will be more than satisfied with this camera. From the press release: “The DX-1G is the result – offering SLR functionality, performance and features without the bulk, hassle and weight … Read more

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