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Ricoh GR III Digital Compact Camera, 24mp, 28mm F 2.8 Lens with Touch Screen LCD

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Form Factor Ultracompact
Special Feature Image-stabilization
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  • 24 MP CMOS Sensor with accelerator unit helps achieve remarkable image quality; 3 Axis; 4 Stop Shake Reduction ensures sharp images even in lower light conditions; It is also compatible with multi tone 14 bit RAW image recording
  • 3 inches Air gapless Capacitive Touch LCD Screen makes controlling the GR III event easier with complete menu control as well as focus and shutter release; It is confirmed that a USB connection can be established between the camera and the following OS's; Windows 10(FCU, CU) (32 bit, 64 bit), Windows 8.1(32 bit, 64bit), Windows 8(32 bit, 64 bit), or Windows 7(32 bit, 64 bit); Mac macOS 10.14 Mojave, macOS 10.13 High Sierra, macOS 10.12 Sierra, OS X 10.11 El Capitan, OS X 10.10 Yosemite
  • The GR III features a hybrid AF system combining a contrast type AF mechanism, superior in focusing precision with a phase detection type AF mechanism assuring high speed focusing operation; Taking advantage of both mechanisms, it assures faster, more responsive auto focus operation
  • "The GR III provides wireless LAN functions for easy pairing with mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers; By installing the dedicated Image Sync application on a mobile device, the user can display a Live View image on the device’s monitor, release the shutter and send various commands from the device"
  • Full HD movie recording (1920 x 1080 pixels, 60 frame rate) in the H.264 recording format
  • Compatible with Pentax AF 201, AF360 FGZ II & AF 540 FGZ II Flashes

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RICOH GR III

GR III

The pictures we take will continue to live forever in our hearts. The values of GR are inherent within the photographs that are carried on from generation to generation. This is what motivates us as a camera manufacturer and our vision is to continue to develop this concept long into the future.

Ultimate Snap Shooter

SR

Built-In Stabilization

The GR II features a newly developed GR lens & Shake Reduction mechanism. The lens has exceptional optical performance, adopting 4 groups & 6 elements. In addition, minimizing the depth of the optical system makes it possible to mount the Shake Reduction mechanism inside the body.

SENSOR

High Sensitivity Sensor and Power Processor

Approx. 24.2 effective megapixel and anti-aliasing filter free allows for high-definition depiction in detail. Low light sensitivity is improved with up to ISO 102400. It is also possible to record RAW images with 14-bit. The newly developed GR Engine 6 further improves high image quality

TOUCH SCREEN

Touch Screen

The GR III features a 3.0" high-definition LCD monitor. Introduced for the first time in GR-series history, its touch-screen operation provides intuitive control of various camera functions, such as AF frame shift, menu selection, and image magnification and advance during playback.

CASE

Excellent Build Quality

Despite the incorporation of the large APS-C-size image sensor, the GR III is designed to be extremely compact and functional. Its exterior frame is made of highly rigid magnesium alloy to improve dependability and durability when it is being carried.

Always in the heart of photoGRapher

With the transition from film to digital, GR has a history of over 20 years, and the concept of 'the ultimate snap shooter' has not changed throughout this time.

The GR is designed to grow together with its fans - who we call GRists. We look to develop and grow our relationships with this community as a part of the product.

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Screen Size 3 inches 3 inches 3 inches 3 inches 3.0 inches
Has Image Stabilization Yes Yes Yes
Includes External Memory No No No No No
Item Dimensions 4.31 x 1.31 x 2.44 inches 1.4 x 2.5 x 4.6 inches 2.1 x 5.04 x 2.94 inches 4 x 1.68 x 2.38 inches 6.5 x 5.95 x 4.7 inches
Item Weight 0.57 lbs 0.60 lbs 1.05 lbs 0.61 lbs 1.75 lbs
Optical Sensor Resolution 24.24 megapixels 16.2 megapixels 26.1 megapixels 21 megapixels
Optical Zoom 1x 1x 1x 8.3x 3.10x
Video Capture Resolution 1080p 1080p 2160p 2160p 2160p
Viewfinder Type fixed LCD fixed LCD hybrid Electronic

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Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great camera if it fits your needs
By jypfoto on March 26, 2019
Those interested in the Ricoh GR series of cameras know of its place in the industry. It's not your choice to shoot professional sports, it's not your choice to film cinematic video, it's not your choice when you want ultra high ISO performance, and it's not your choice if you need pinpoint tracking. Let's get that out of the way. Let's also get the fact that it doesn't have a flash, the battery life is subpar, and that it doesn't have TAv, doesn't have the exposure comp rocker.

For all it doesn't do/can't do, it has a lot going for it. It's a super small package, has a fantastic APS-C sensor, and the layout and button placement is top notch. The touch screen is pretty nicely implemented, not as good as the Canon/Panasonic touch screen implementation, but better than Olympus and Sony. I'm a long time fan of the GR series, had the original GR (released in 2013) on 3 separate occasions. Each time I sold it because I thought it was unnecessary, but kept on going back to it. Skipped the GRII because it wasn't that much better than the III (thought I did buy it two weeks ago to hold me over for the III).

The AF is definitely improved over the original and the II, but still not what I would call a speed demon. And Ricoh knows this and you should too. The inclusion of phase detect has made it slightly better, but because of the layout and the lens moves back and forth to acquire auto focus, it's not the fastest out there. But other fixed lens cameras share similar tendencies such as the X100 series, the X70, and others. Snap focus is the highlight of the GR cameras and the inclusion of the touch to focus makes it much easier to use. Being able to choose touch to move AF, touch to move focus points and also AF, and also touch to move focus points, AF, and fire is a good touch. The GRIII's attention to detail and features eliminates most of the "Why doesn't this work in this mode?" that other cameras suffer from.

Yes the battery life stinks. Rated at 200 shots, after you cycle a few times, you'll get that number if you shoot normally (take a few shots, power off, power on, take a few shots, power off, etc). After consistent use the body will heat up more than the old one, you could tell that it's a power hungry beast. I've gotten as few as 110 shots/clips and as many as 320. But there are lots of generics that are compatible, much like the older GR/GRII which you could use several different branded batteries, just look up for GRIII compatible batteries (I believe ones made for the Olympus TG Tracker are compatible).

The lens is super sharp. Macro mode is improved to as close as 6cm. Sharp at 2.8, gets better at f4, but I have no issues shooting at 2.8. The X100/X70 at macro range is soft, and doesn't get sharp until 5.6 or so, but the GR is fine at 2.8.

Video quality isn't the best, but it'll do in a pinch. IBIS helps with video greatly over the II. Certainly not my first choice since it only does 1080/60 not 4k, and no mic/headphone jacks, but again, it'll do for casual clips of my kids. Anything more serious I'll use my a7III.

Picture profiles are really nice, not as well known as the Fuji film simulations, but useable. Like the fact that it outputs DNG natively.

The fact that you could have such a powerful little camera in a small package allows me to carry it around in small bag, use the wrist strap, and not worry about carrying a heavy bag. As long as you know the limitations that it has going into it, you'll be more than happy with the end result. Do I wish it was cheaper? Who wouldn't. But I could see this being my daily carry and use. It is improved over the GRII in most ways. Startup is faster, AF point movement is faster, the use of face detect in standard shooting mode and not just auto mode is great. It doesn't have a flash (which I never used), it doesn't have TAv, it doesn't have a exposure comp rocker (which I never used and accidentally hit a lot of times). I have the A7III but I've used it less and less and have used the GR series more and more lately. No, this isn't the camera to rule them all. But for what it does, in the size that it does it in, it's a great option.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Legacy Continues - Excellent Addition to the GR series
By Eyewanders on March 23, 2019
I was initially on the fence about this one, particularly with the increased price over previous models on launch, but due to the readdition of phase-detection (along with the standard contrast-detection) to the new hybrid AF system, I decided to take the plunge. My *only* gripe about the previous two models (GR, and GRII) were the loss of phase-detection; as stellar as they are, the AF isn't as on par as the older, smaller sensor versions, the GRDigitalIII and GRDigitalIV. That has now changed and I can report that though it's not as fast as those older model at least in lowlight, it can finally focus in near darkness just like those older models, though it takes it a couple moments to do so. Using the assist-light helps considerably but I never use that merely because no one like to look at a green light pointed at them when its dark and it rather takes away from the nature of these cameras - unobtrusive, quick, stealthy.

I've yet to test wifi features and such and have only played with the camera for the better part of a day. The original 2013 GR is the first camera I ever pre-ordered and I did not regret that decision. It doesn't seem that I'll regret this one either. 5-stars for initial impressions. I'll expand on this review in a few weeks or months after I've really gotten to know it. I love this camera line. A shooter's camera through and through.
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Update (brief) 3/26/2019:
Just wanted to ad a couple thoughts though I've still not had the opportunity to really test this thing. The wireless connectivity is proving fincky at best currently - evidently a major app update is coming from Ricoh in April which should address some issue. I really don't use these features so cannot speak to them well.
The IBIS is fantastic and shots I've taken as high as ISO6400 are ridiculously good IQ, much more than expected. Previously I've held ISO to 800 (sometimes 1600 subject depending) but that has gone out the window. These cameras have *always* produced high-ISO noise that is far, far more pleasingly and film-grain-like as compared to other digital sensor/lens combinations found on any other camera, but now that is more true than ever. I was looking at 100% crops of images (both RAW and B&W JPG, more on that in a moment) and simply marveling at the natural looking noise - it resembles film grain now more than ever (I'm still a film shooter about 90% of the time or more) and not only in B&W JPG files... even RAW color transitions have a look to them that just "works" for me.
The JPG filter modes have been expanded further, particularly the B&W styles (4 or 5 different ones now, rather than just 2) and they look great.
The touchscreen works great (even though I'm not a huge fan of touchscreen) and the added focus options related to it are quite handy. I particularly like the scroll-wheel addition on the former d-pad. It's lovely to use and I can see myself preferring it to the old toggle that has been removed.
Overall, whilst going through menus and shooting options there've been a few times I've literally said aloud "oh wow - that was a good idea, Ricoh". So yeah, I'm enjoying this little beast.

UPDATE EDIT 4/27/2021
Just a brief addition. I still have this camera and still love it. The Wi-fi transfer issues have all been worked out (the app isn't the prettiest but it's entirely functional and works very well, at least in my experience on Android). The battery life is certainly less than its predecessors but with 2 spares I've never found myself flat and stuck. Just a fantastic camera that deserves far, far more attention than has received.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not for everyone.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Initial impressions
Reviewed in Canada on March 7, 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars Initial impressions
Reviewed in Canada on March 7, 2021
Update: Simply put, I couldn’t recommend this camera more. I absolutely LOVE it. Everything about it, actually. Goes in my jacket pocket everywhere I go. Takes GREAT pictures. The transfer of photos to my iPhone is also smooth and easy. I’ve been away from photography for a while, and this little Ricoh has brought me right back. If you’re curious about the picture quality, check out my Instagram, “Jasokrish”. (Keeping in mind that Instagram uses pretty aggressive compression.) Just buy this camera. You will not regret it!

I received my Griii “Street Edition” on March 6, 2021. If you’re like me, you may have had a difficult time figuring out which Street Edition version this is. As you can see in the picture, my kit includes the Street-Edition camera finish and orange ring. It does NOT include the view finder or the strap with the matching-orange patch. Instead, it comes with a simple plain black strap. For me, I don’t care about those two things. I bought this camera as a replacement for my iPhone. I love the portability of the Griii. And thinking about it like my iPhone, I have never once wished my iPhone came with a viewfinder. I can take pictures from any point-of-view, very stealthily, and practically instantly, with the griii’s snap focus. I think the “limited Edition” kit includes the viewfinder for about $300 more, but it can also be purchased separately, if wanted. For me, I don’t think I’d ever use a viewfinder. Kind of defeats the purpose of the camera.

The kit, however does include an extra battery, so that was a nice surprise. (How many batteries this kit includes is not very clear in the Amazon description.) It also includes a cable and electrical plug for charging the battery in camera. There is no external battery charger.

Quick one-day impression of the camera itself is just, “wow”. The YouTube reviews all praise the sharpness of this camera, and I can vouch for how detailed my photos are. (Especially compared to my iPhone 11 Pro, which also is a decent camera—but no where able to produce the sharpness of the griii.).

Ease of use, after living with YouTube instructional videos for a year or longer has also been a welcome surprise. It’s really simple, or as complex, as you want to make it. My first few shots have been impressive. I actually said, “Holy crap” when I looked at the pictures on my camera for the first time. Transferring images from the camera to iPhone is also very simple. Works through wifi or Bluetooth, which is sweet!

I will update this review as I go. So far I’m absolutely loving this camera.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love this camera
Reviewed in Canada on February 11, 2021
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Reviewed in Canada on February 11, 2021
This camera has pretty much replaced my DSLR and mirrorless setups for nature walks and daily shots. Overall the image quality is remarkable and the ability to dump this little thing in your pocket make it truly indispensable. The battery life is pretty miserable though so make sure to get a second.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful compact camera
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