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By Mark Wallace
December 12, 2011
This week Mark reviews the latest compact point and shoot 10mp digital camera from Ricoh, the GR Digital IV.
Watch as Mark walks you through the main features and advantages of this pocket-sized posh compact camera, including its superior RAW image capture, super-fast lens, and ultra-close macro focusing abilities.
Ricoh GR Digital IV Camera—AdoramaTV
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I own the Ricoh GR IV camera and have found what he says here to be true. I don't care about video much, so that wasn't a selling point or deterrent. Mostly, I wanted an unobtrusive small camera to take with me everywhere and this camera delivers. Environmental portraits can be great, but the review is right that close-ups of the face or whatnot are distorted with the fixed lens. That said, I adore my Ricoh! It's sturdy, easy to bring along everywhere and a joy to use. I can get shots I'd never get with my DSLR simply because I'm not as apt to drag the SLR along due to the size and weight. Also, people aren't as intimidated when you have a smaller camera--they assume it'll be a throw-away pic or think you're a tourist and ignore you. Which is exactly what I want! haha
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December 18, 2011
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