Ricoh GX-200 is not perfect, but maybe the funnest, most versitile camera.
25 May 2011
Summary: I love this camera. Bought it originally because the Ricoh was one of the cameras recommended for time lapse. In that mode it works great and recently I was teaching my sister how to ride a recumbent bicycle and I set the camera up on my bike to take pictures every 5 seconds.
Summary: I have purchased two Ricoh GX200 cameras from Ebay. The first was brand new about 2 years ago. I purchased it to take on a trip to China with my Dad. About two months ago I launched this camera on an experimental high altitude weather balloon and the balloon got caught in high altitude winds (210...
Excerpt: I have dipped into the point-n-shoot realm many times attempting to find an alternative to lugging my DSLR around, and have never found anything that was good enough to substitute for my other cameras, until now.
Summary: I've had my GX200 about three months now, and I am really enjoying using it. I can take it anywhere as it will fit easily in a coat pocket and it has some really useful features. In my view anyway.
Summary: I've owned this kit (GX200 and VF-1 viewfinder) for about three months now and have used it quite extensively. Like many people in the market for a 'serious compact', I checked the main alternatives, in particular the Canon G10, the Lumix LX3 and also the fixed focal length Ricoh GRD II which all...
Summary: I wanted a good quality, reasonably light compact with a wide-angle lens, viewfinder and manual exposure mode. I nearly overlooked the GX 200 because of a lukewarm review in `What Digital Camera' (WDC) magazine.
Summary: Ya opine de esta cámara hace bastante tiempo. Sigo pensando que es una maravilla de ingeniería digital. El macro es impresionante (ya les gustaría a muchas marcas). La construcción y la ergonomía en la mano aun no se ha superado por ninguna compacta.