schaki

schaki

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Joined on Nov 18, 2006

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  • Olympus better come up with some camera that uses 4/3 sensor size. Why not a digital version of the Olympus 35-RD or XA.
  • Two more there now. http://ebay.co.uk/itm/151596514864 http://ebay.co.uk/itm/151596514845
  • Even if Ricoh add a touchscreen to the GRII I'm sure that they have a good reason for it and also that it fills some useful purpose rather than trying to replace the traditional UI, which we use ...
  • That Is likely to be correct. When I first began to write following late response I had forgotten about the difference between the optic and the protection glass but only thought about that black ...
  • Not too long ago I noticed an other thread about the a GR. Thought it might be worth having a link to it. http://dpreview.com/forums/thread/3759858
  • Ricoh just announced their WG-5 which have the same zoom as the TG-3. Based on that I might assume that there maybe won't be any zoom upgrade this year either for the TG-4. But at least I'll wait ...
  • Replied in Maybe soon
    Yes, as said, I think we can probably expect some new Pentax gear announcements and a few compact cameras rebranded as Ricoh although they as far as user interface and features go, still is more ...
  • Replied in Maybe soon
    The Wifi is probably mostly there for remote-control with smartphones. This to me is welcome since I've missed a real Infrared control to use with modern Ricoh cameras. As far as I know they've ...
  • Replied in Maybe soon
    Is this the source ? https://translate.google.se/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=sv&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fegami.blog.so-net.ne.jp%2F2014-12-01&edit-text=&act=url Quote "Since the current ...
  • Replied in Maybe soon
    Some time around the spring or the end of it we may expect the announcement of the Ricoh GRII. I almost certainly would not count on Ricoh announce anything but Pentax-gear or possibly a something ...
  • There is Ricoh cameras like the R3 and the Ricoh Caplio 500SE / G which have very similar jpeg processing as the GRDI with nearly the same preservation of noise / grain. I'm not using my GRDI ...
  • I had the D20 for about one week before returned it for other reasons. But the image quality was good except for lens sample variation on my copy.
  • Tood bad that the manufacturers not have got more serious about the waterproof compacts. The only of them with reasonably little NR that I know are the Canon Powershot D20 and D30. But these two ...
  • What Ricoh should come up with is a new travel-zoom compact with 1/1.7" or bigger sensor combined with a 20-200 or 300 mm zoom and Raw/Dng. 1" sensor would be great but would probably make the ...
  • Ricoh RDC-7 http://ebay.de/itm/Ricoh-RDC-7-Digitalcamera-/151556057913?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_77&hash=item234971eb39 Ricoh Caplio G4 ...
  • Replied in No new GR?
    And neither as good UI plus Sony refuses in their usual stupid way to update the firmware to sort out quirks or shortcomings.
  • Indeed the GX100 like some other Ricoh compacts was a pretty good one even though I not clicked with it entirely. I found the R3 to be more to my liking which can be very capable if it have a good ...
  • XT1 and the XF 35mm 1.4 is likely a good combination, though rather bulky. As for Samsung NX30 with NX 30mm f2 which I believe is their equivalent to the XT1, though with smaller, slower lens. With ...
  • Replied in Coolpix 700
    The old Coolpix 700 which used same sensor as the 950 but a fixed 35mm lens. Was a great camera to begin with and up to quality results even in A4 prints. http://dpreview.com/reviews/nikoncp700/
  • Nice one. The Coolpix A and GR are good cameras indeed and there is firmware updates for both of them which speeds up the AF somewhat.
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