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Tag: Ricoh

Ricoh WG-M1: A Particularly Rugged Looking New Action Cam

Ricoh WG-M1: A Particularly Rugged Looking New Action Cam
“GoPro” is quickly become genericized. I’ve seen people say “GoPro” when looking at Sony or JVC. Any company that wants to break into this market had better be bringing a seriously good product with some features that really make it stand out.

Ricoh Omnidirectional Camera Uses Two 180º Lenses: Hammerhead Shot

Ricoh Omnidirectional Camera Uses Two 180º Lenses: Hammerhead Shot
We’re seeing more and more cameras that can take – or at least put together – 360º panoramic images. This prototype made by Ricoh is another example. It has two fisheye lenses that can each cover 180º.
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Ricoh Offers Up GR Digital IV Camera in Black and Limited Edition White

Ricoh Offers Up GR Digital IV Camera in Black and Limited Edition White
If I had to hazard a guess, I would say that somewhere, some marketing company did some research and decided that people dig white gadgets, especially when they are issued in a “limited edition.” I’m not sure you can even could say the white Ricoh GR Digital IV camera is a limited edition considering 10,000 of them will be made.

Ricoh PX Camera: Basic Looks for a Rugged Interior

Ricoh PX Camera: Basic Looks for a Rugged Interior
I’ve always been extremely careful with my Nikon D200, but it’s hard to do so all of the time. That’s why there are more and more durable cameras on the market. One of the latest is the compact Ricoh PX.

Ricoh 500se Camera Encodes Gps Data on Photos

Ricoh 500se Camera Encodes Gps Data on Photos
A while back, I wrote about Sony’s add-on GPS dongle that lets you geotag digital photographs with the location where the were taken. Ricoh has now jumped onto the bandwagon, with a camera that can accept GPS data via a wireless connection.
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