Summary: This is a point-and-shoot compact camera that's suitable for any type of photography. It also looks good, but its body does tend to get dirty. Its overall picture quality is good, but in some instances purple fringing will be noticeable in your shots.
Pros: Well built and designed, easy to use, good for macro shots, has a regular mini-USB port, smooth zoom function
Cons: Body attracts a lot of dirt, noticeable purple fringing, no full manual mode
Summary: The Ricoh R10 builds on the winning design of its predecessor, the R8 model, by including a handful of minor new features that add up to make this the best Ricoh R-series camera yet. Taken on their own, you could probably live without the electronic leveler, ability to change the flash intensity, the customisable Function button, better hand-grip and Easy mode for beginners, but collectively they make the R10 even more intuitive and simply enjoyable to use than ever...