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First outinGR.. | Wouter Brandsma 荷蘭

First outinGR.. | Wouter Brandsma 荷蘭 | Ricoh Cameras | Scoop.it
First outinGR.. ricoh gr, gr ricoh, gr, ricoh, ricoh gr digital, ricoh grd. Old skool.
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RICOH GR Hands-on Review - IT'S A NINJA CAMERA!!!

The new Ricoh GR is the newest update to the much loved Ricoh GRD range and features a 28mm (35mm FF FOV equivalent) f/2.8 lens, 16 mega pixel APS-C sensor and a light weight magnesium alloy body... and Blunty's here to see if it's "got chops"...
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BOJ seeks to stem JGB rout with massive fund injection - Firstpost

BOJ seeks to stem JGB rout with massive fund injection - Firstpost | Ricoh Cameras | Scoop.it

TOKYO (Reuters) - Struggling to stem a rout in government bond prices, the Bank of Japan said on Wednesday it will pump a massive amount of cash into the Tokyo money market. The offer to inject 2.8 trillion yen in market ...

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Review: The 2013 Ricoh GR (digital V)

Review: The 2013 Ricoh GR (digital V) | Ricoh Cameras | Scoop.it
Not long after Nikon announced their 28/2.8, 16MP APS-C super-compact, Ricoh also decided it’d be a good time to launch an update to their cult GR Digital line. Version V has done a Leica and dropped the model number to confuse us (and Google searches for the new model), but gained a near-identical spec to the Nikon – also 28/2.8 equivalent, 16MP APS-C sensor without AA filter (it does have square and 35mm crop options, but you can always easily apply those in post). Neither one has IS. I covered most of the spec sheet in the preview, here. Now I’ve had some (albeit very brief) time with a final production prototype*, it’s time to report back here on how it actually fares in the metal.
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Review: The Ricoh GR1v

Review: The Ricoh GR1v | Ricoh Cameras | Scoop.it
Earlier at the start of this year, I was lucky enough to have not one, but two of the cameras I lusted earlier in my photographic career show up – the Contax T3, reviewed here, and the Ricoh GR1V, which is the subject of this article. My first encounter with the GR1 was in 2001, when I was a student and there was still an independent pro camera store on Oxford’s High street. I was looking for a compact point and shoot and played with just about everything they had to offer, but landed up being seduced by something small and horrible (an APS Fuji Tiara 1010i, of all things). The GR1 (or perhaps it was a GR1v) was the only one that left much of an impression due to the way it felt, and the rather stiff price tag. Later, I recall a time in late 2005 or early 2006 when I visited a local camera store – at that point I was very much in the acquisition phase (not that it ever really stopped) on the hunt for exotic old lenses; the faster the better because I was still dealing with the limitations of the D2H. They had the Ricoh GR-Digital in stock, and the GR1V too – I landed up handling both, once again very much liking the feel of the GR1V, but walking out with the GR-Digital.
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Ricoh squeezes an APS-C sensor into new GR camera - Gizmag - Gizmag

Ricoh squeezes an APS-C sensor into new GR camera - Gizmag - Gizmag | Ricoh Cameras | Scoop.it
TechRadar UK Ricoh squeezes an APS-C sensor into new GR camera - Gizmag Gizmag The Ricoh GR series of cameras has been a cult classic with street photographers since the release of the GR1 in 1996, thanks in part to their understated styling,...
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Street Photography Camera Game-Changer: The Ricoh GRD V

Street Photography Camera Game-Changer: The Ricoh GRD V | Ricoh Cameras | Scoop.it
The new Ricoh GRD V (or just the "GR") There are a few cameras that make me excited. The Ricoh GR-series are one of them. Ricoh has an almost cult-like following in Japan (and all around the world) for its compact size and versatile functionality.
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Review of the Ricoh GR Digital (GRD V) for Street Photography ...

Review of the Ricoh GR Digital (GRD V) for Street Photography ... | Ricoh Cameras | Scoop.it
Disclaimer: I have been provided a Ricoh GRD V (no strings attached) from Pentax-Ricoh. However I will try to keep this review as un-biased as possible. Disclaimer aside, I think this is currently hands-down the best ...
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Letter to GR | Ledesma Photography

Letter to GR | Ledesma Photography | Ricoh Cameras | Scoop.it
Simplifying my photography with the Ricoh GR (by Jorge Ledesma)
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Pentax-Ricoh GR: Hands-On Preview - DigitalVersus - DigitalVersus

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Pentax-Ricoh GR: Hands-On Preview - DigitalVersus DigitalVersus Announced barely more than a month ago, the Pentax - Ricoh GR is a camera that's got plenty of people talking.
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Review: The Ricoh GR1v

Review: The Ricoh GR1v | Ricoh Cameras | Scoop.it

Earlier at the start of this year, I was lucky enough to have not one, but two of the cameras I lusted earlier in my photographic career show up – the Contax T3, reviewed here, and the Ricoh GR1V, which is the subject of this article. My first encounter with the GR1 was in 2001, when I was a student and there was still an independent pro camera store on Oxford’s High street. I was looking for a compact point and shoot and played with just about everything they had to offer, but landed up being seduced by something small and horrible (an APS Fuji Tiara 1010i, of all things). The GR1 (or perhaps it was a GR1v) was the only one that left much of an impression due to the way it felt, and the rather stiff price tag. Later, I recall a time in late 2005 or early 2006 when I visited a local camera store – at that point I was very much in the acquisition phase (not that it ever really stopped) on the hunt for exotic old lenses; the faster the better because I was still dealing with the limitations of the D2H. They had the Ricoh GR-Digital in stock, and the GR1V too – I landed up handling both, once again very much liking the feel of the GR1V, but walking out with the GR-Digital.

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Ricoh GRD V or GR or Whatever, Here's My Take on the New Ricoh Rumors - Blogger News Network (blog)

Ricoh GRD V or GR or Whatever, Here's My Take on the New Ricoh Rumors - Blogger News Network (blog) | Ricoh Cameras | Scoop.it
Blogger News Network (blog) Ricoh GRD V or GR or Whatever, Here's My Take on the New Ricoh Rumors Blogger News Network (blog) There was no reference for the second claim, but one would imagine that it is in reference to the Ricoh GRD IV (the...
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01d2ad4b62f33392bf63760897160953.jpg (640x427 pixels) | Ricoh Cameras | Scoop.it
Ricoh GR1 is really a legend camera, from 1996 - 2005 the product had been made. http://t.co/ZZdgO5sl7U #fb
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