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Ricoh GR Digital IV Firmware Update 2.30 Available for Download


Ricoh released a new firmware update for the Ricoh GR Digital IV professional compact camera. Ricoh GR Digital IV firmware version 2.30 now available for download. Firmware version 2.30 for Ricoh GR Digital IV features a number of new fluorescent white balance presets, adds a Multi AF/Spot AF toggle to the list of Fn button pair options, enables target selection to be activated by pressing and holdingContinue Reading

Ricoh GR vs Ricoh GR Digital IV Specs Comparison


Ricoh has announced the new Ricoh GR camera in April 17th. The Ricoh GR camera is a new 16.2 megapixel compact system camera with an APS-C-size CMOS image sensor with no low pass filter. Developed as a successor to the GR DIGITAL IV, the new Ricoh GR is a point and shoot fixed lens camera features a 28mm (equivalent) f2.8 lens (f3.5 in fullContinue Reading

Ricoh GR Camera First Promo Video

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Ricoh GR camera is  to be announced tomorrow, April 16, 2013. The new Ricoh GR will have a APS-C sensor and expected to come with a new processor called GR Engine 5. It is official now. Here is the new Ricoh GR camera. Ricoh GR camera promotional video leaked on the web and can be seen below. You may find additional specs for theContinue Reading

Ricoh GR Camera Rumored Specs

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Ricoh GR camera is coming soon and it will most likely have a APS-C sensor.  According to the rumors the name of the camera is expected to be “Ricoh GR” without the Digital V added. It is official now. Here is the new Ricoh GR camera. So this will be the second APS-C sensored camera in theContinue Reading

Ricoh GR Camera is Coming Soon (Digital V?)

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A new Ricoh GR camera is going to be announced soon and it will most likely have a APS-C sensor.  The first APS-C compact sized camera was from Nikon, Coolpix A which is announced several weeks ago. Now Ricoh is going to announce a COOLPIX A like APS-C camera called Ricoh GR Camera. (Digital V?) The GR IV was announced on SepContinue Reading