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Ricoh GX200

Ricoh GX200 Digital Camera with VF1 Viewfinder Kit. The optical Read more

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Overall 8
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Design 9
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Value for money 8
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Features 9
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Performance 9
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Picture quality 8
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Ricoh GX200

What Digital Camera
18 January 2010
  • Excerpt: Raw recording and a superb EVF are standout points....
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Ricoh GX200: Camera Test

Pop Photo
26 November 2009
  • Excerpt: Ricoh has joined the megapixel race across its line of advanced compacts, and here's the upgrade of the GX series of wide zooms, the GX200 ($495, direct, camera only; $597 with VF-1 viewfinder). The new rig gets a boost to 12MP, up from the 10MP of its predecessor, the GX100, plus an assortment of tweaks and tuneups.
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Overall 8
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Value for money 8
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Functionality 8
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Audio & image quality 8
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Appearance 8
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Build quality 8
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Ricoh GX200 Digital Camera Review

Buy-n-Shoot.com
19 July 2009
  • Conclusion: It appears to be the case that smaller, more manually controlled and capable compacts favouring 35mm and rangefinder stylings are becoming more and more popular across the market and although Ricoh may not initially be a brand that springs to mind when camera shopping, if the GX200 is anything to go by, there is certainly no reason why it shouldn’t be.
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Ricoh GX200

Steve's Digicams
9 October 2008
  • Excerpt: Physical Views The GX200 compared to a standard CD disc. Continue on to Features & Controls Ricoh GX200 Specifications Item Specifications Number of Effective Pixels (Camera) Approximately 12.1 million pixels Image Sensor 1/1.7" primary-color CCD (total pixels: approx. 12.4 million) Lens Focal length f=5.1 to 15.3mm (35mm film equivalent focal length 24 to 72mm.
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[REVIEW—RICOH GX200 VF kit]

DPexpert
7 July 2011
  • Summary: This camera has a lot going for it. It feels like it has been made by serious photographers for serious photographers. The electronic viewfinder is a useful accessory. And for anyone content to stick with ISO speeds under 100 it produces good images, well exposed and with very good white balance and lovely skin tones.
  • Pros: The wide angle lens is ideal for travellers. Distortion is reasonably well controlled and there is a Distortion Correction function that almost, but not quite, eliminates barrel distortion. The RAW recording ability should be a plus but we found that the JPEG output was almost as good.
  • Cons: This camera suffers from extreme image noise. Even with noise reduction turned on full-time we couldn’t get the graininess under control, except at speeds below ISO100. Unfortunately the shadow noise coagulates into ugly black clumps.
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Overall 8
8.0

Ricoh GX200

Trusted Reviews
5 February 2011
  • Summary: Exclusive world's first review of the Ricoh GX200. Is this the best compact ever?
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Overall 8
8.0

Seriously compact.

Good Gear Guide.au
3 January 2010
  • Summary: The Ricoh GX200 provides plenty of SLR-style functionality in the body of a point-and-shoot camera. Despite some unfortunate noise issues it is a solid option for those who can afford it.
  • Pros: Excellent build quality, wide-angle zoom lens, extensive shooting options, portable design
  • Cons: Noise became noticeable at moderate ISO sensitivities, it's a bit expensive
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Expert Review

Digicam Review
15 July 2009
  • Summary: : More and more it seems like you have to buy a Digital SLR in order to get manual controls - not so with the Ricoh GX200 - it features full manual controls and more customisable buttons than most Digital SLRs! With this camera you can have all the great Digital SLR features, without the size, with the GX200 neatly fitting into coat pockets.
  • Pros: Good image quality, Image stabilisation sensor, Excellent 2.7" screen - very good resolution, Robust, compact metal body, Good battery life, Excellent macro mode, 1:1 Aspect ratio (Square format) available, Electronic level, Numerous customisable quick access adjust / function buttons, Three "MY" custom modes on the dial, Full manual controls
  • Cons: Auto closing lens cap an optional extra (and not standard)., Zoom control a little small., A lot of noise at ISO400 and above., Electronic viewfinder quite small especially if you wear glasses.
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Ricoh GX200 VF Review – 026

D-Photo and The Photographer's Mail
14 June 2009
  • Excerpt: There are few compact cameras that deserve to be tucked in your dSLR kit but the new Ricoh GX200, with its removable electronic viewfinder, could just be the one. Ricoh has taken all the elements that photojournalists love ” a slick 24-72mm lens, compact size and full manual control ” to make a camera that is a delight to hold and use.
  • Pros: Slim, rigid design
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Overall 8
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Ease of use 8
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Audio & image quality 8
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Build quality 9
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Ricoh GX200

PhotoReview
1 December 2008
  • Summary: A well-built pocketable digicam with high resolution and a wide range of adjustable controls.Replacing the 15-month old GX100 model, Ricoh's GX200 retains most of the best features of its predecessor, including its svelte body styling and 24-72mm 3x optical zoom lens. It also supports raw file capture, sensibly using Adobe's DNG format instead or a proprietary format.
  • Pros: You're looking for a well-built pocketable camera with above-average wide-angle coverage, a good range of user-adjustable controls and adequate image stabilisation., You like to register frequently-used camera settings for subsequent quick access., You want manual flash adjustment plus a good range of flash settings (including first, and second-curtain synch)., You want a camera with a non-proprietary raw file format., You'd enjoy taking square pictures.
  • Cons: You require high-quality images in dim lighting., You want to shoot high-definition video (the GX200 can't)., You want high burst capacity for shooting raw files (the GX200's buffer limit is five shots)., You wear glasses and want to use the viewfinder.
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