Ricoh GR

Ricoh GR

When film ruled, savvy photographers always had a Ricoh GR1 somewhere within reach just in case something happened. It was barely thicker than a canister of film, and its 28mm lens was one of the best available. Ricoh even took a version of this lens and put it in a barrel for use with Leica rangefinder cameras—it was that good. After a few releases of small-sensor digital lookalike versions of the legendary GR1, Ricoh has finally put in a reasonable-size sensor and reproduced the 28mm field of view. With the new GR, the Ricoh magic is back. Because of its uncommonly straightforward menu settings this camera is often called “the shooter’s digicam,” meaning the camera does exactly what an experienced photographer thinks it will do, no second-guessing.ricoh-gr_74508_600x450

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