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Ricoh GR II Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD (Black)
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- Battery Life(Approximately) - 320 shots for Still image or 190 minutes for Playback or 45 minutes for recording movies. Continuous shooting approximately 4 frame per second
- The GR II comes equipped with Wi-Fi functions for wireless connection with mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. It is also compatible with NFC (Near Field Communication) functions for easy pairing with mobile devices
- The advanced GR ENGINE V imaging engine offers high-sensitivity shooting with minimal noise and the GR II’s anti-aliasing filter-less design produces supremely high resolution, color-rich images.
- Capture both JPG and open-standard DNG RAW images. The GR II offers a variety of computer-free image processing functions, including in-body RAW-data development to output JPEG format files.
- Capture full HD video in widescreen 1080p resolution with h.264 compression @ 30 frames per second. The Autofocus system remains active with movement as the camera continuously focuses subjects in the center of its angle of view..Lens Construction :7 elements in 5 groups (2 aspherical lens elements)
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|Screen Size||3 in||3 in||3 in||3 in||3 in||3 in|
|Item Dimensions||2.5 x 1.4 x 4.6 in||7 x 3.9 x 6.9 in||1.61 x 4.02 x 2.28 in||2.6 x 4.57 x 2.91 in||2.17 x 4.53 x 2.6 in||3.9 x 1.2 x 2.3 in|
|Item Weight||0.6 lb||2 lbs||0.64 lb||1.22 lbs||0.87 lb||7.2 ounces|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||16.2 megapixels||24.3 megapixels||20.1 megapixels||12.8 megapixels||—||20.1 megapixels|
|Video Capture Resolution||1080p||1920x1080||1920 x 1080 (60p/60i/24p), 1280 x 720 (60p/30p/24p/120p), 1440 x 1080 (30 fps), 640 x 480 (30 fps)||1920 x 1080 (30p), 1280 x 720 (30p), 640 x 480 (30 fps)||3840 x 2160 (30p, 24p), 1920 x 1080 (60p, 60i, 30p, 24p), 1280 x 720 (30p), 640 x 480||1080p|
|Viewfinder||fixed LCD||optical viewfinder||LCD||Electronic (optional)||LCD||fixed LCD|
Building upon an award winning series, the RICOH GR II categorically redesigns the digital compact camera with its newly developed wide-angle lens and 16-megapixel APS-C size image sensor, all built into one of the smallest bodies in its class. Not only does the GR feature a larger sensor, its anti-aliasing filter-less design and fast 28mm equivalent F2.8 lens make for incredible, high-sensitivity, professional-grade imagery. In addition to high-speed autofocus improvements and onboard Wi-Fi compatibility, enjoy DSLR-like handling and functionality with full 1080 HD video capture capabilities. Whether you’re looking for a second body to count on as a trusty sidekick, or simply want big pictures from a small camera, the GR II will redefine your photography.
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The camera is very fast in operation. Also, you can literally hold in one hand and change Just about most (if not all) settings with the hand you are using to hold it. That frees up the other hand for whatever you want - hold an umbrella in the rain, or a drink, or whatever.
Menus are straightforward and easy to understand.
Pretty decent macro function.
Max 2.8 aperture and no image stabilization means you can only do so much in dark conditions. ISO works well at 1600, but isn't great at 3200. you can also do fractional increments, and pick a value somewhere in between.
Overall, this is a fantastic camera. I use it for street and travel, and it is easy to carry and easy to use. If you need a low light monster, this isn't it. Also, it's a fixed 28mm lens. I grew to like it a lot, though if given the choice I would have taken 35mm in the same package. Of corse, there is no camera that offers 35mm in he same package. And the overall package is so good that I bought it and now I like 28mm. also if you are new to cameras this is probably not a good only camera.
I have a lot of cameras (and many more I sold over the past 2 years). I have a Leica Q, Leica M-P, Leica X2, Panasonic GH5, and Fuji XT-2. I also constantly used my Sony RX100 MV for about a year. So, as you can tell, I have quite the panorama of experience with various systems. I love all of these cameras for their own particular purposes: the Leica's are simple and have amazing image quality (the Q is, in my opinion, hands down the best fixed-lens mirrorless camera money can buy). The GH5 is brilliant for 4K footage. The Fuji brings the excellent image quality, build, and bells and whistles of the modern camera. And the Sony is a do-it-all pocket camera.
But I'm giving the Ricoh GR II the same 5-stars I gave to the Q and GH5. Why?
1. The GR is a true joy to use. Everything just works. The menu system is quick and unencumbered by endless pages of various settings (think Sony's textbook of a menu system). You can create your own profiles for the camera--which by itself is not new. But it's the depth of control you have over each thing the camera can do internally that sets it apart.
2. The horizontal jog dial on the back of the camera is pure genius. I've not encountered this type of button before. You set it to access all your (emphasize YOUR) most-used functions. Push in to bring up the menu, scroll to bring up the sub-menus. Do you want to control ISO, image size, effects, and aspect ratio from the job dial? No problem. You can have those functions from that one button. AND you can decide exactly how you want those features to appear when you want them to.
3. The images out of this camera are sharp. I mean, really sharp. The large sensor gobbles up light and allows for some excellent image quality. The fixed-lens is aberration-free. The focus system is accurate (though not as fast as the RX100 MV).
4. I like the various "effects" built into the camera. You may not really enjoy these things if you're a professional photographer. But given the right circumstances, some of the effects make fun and unique photographs.
5. The camera starts up very quickly. Frankly, I have yet to find a moment that I missed because I had to wait too long for the camera to extend its lens and become ready to shoot. For all reasonable purposes, it's immediate response upon hitting the on/off button. I don't think that my RX100 MV is faster.
6. It has great build quality. The camera is weighty without being burdensome. I don't feel as if I'll forget it's in my pocket, but nor do I cringe at putting it in my jeans. As silly as it might sound, I dislike having my RX100 MV in my pocket much more than this camera. I think it's because the Sony has too many sharp corners, where as the Ricoh (though larger) has rounded corners.
7. VALUE FOR MONEY. This is a no-brainer purchase if you want a large-size sensor in a pocket-friendly format. It has every single photography feature you could ask for. I have't tried the video recording mode and am not interested in recording on this camera. I'd rather prefer the RX100 MV's 4K recording. Nevertheless, the Ricoh has an HD recording mode--but I wouldn't brag about it.
Overall, you can't go wrong with this purchase. If you look on other websites, you'll notice that this camera is going for $600 or higher. I haven't noticed that it has really plummeted in price since its release. And for good reason. It's a camera that forces you to think how you want to approach a subject, gives you easy and immediate access to all your settings, and excels in image quality.
Others have said that you can operate this camera one-handed. I agree. I've done it. And I've been consistently surprised how painless it is to do.
I think this is a fantastic camera for the price. I'd be hesitant to recommend it had it been priced around $800. If that had been the case, you'd be wiser to purchase the Fuji X70 or pay a little bit more and get the RX100 MV for some additional video features.
But, since the price is between $500 and $600, you should certainly think about this camera. And then think again and again. There will be some people who will hate this camera for aesthetic reasons or his larger size. But you'd be hard pressed to find a legitimate complaint about the images it delivers.