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Ricoh GR II Digital review
By: WDC Team, What Digital Camera (Mar 4, 2008)
The understated style and competent specifications of the GR II are likely to appeal to the more serious photographer – or perhaps even as a backup camera for travel photographers – but one that is equally happy to post-process Raw images from the camera, or use low-ISO JPEGs. At this sort of price, you should be able to expect a camera with a greater degree of reliability, and one that can be...
DCRP Review: Ricoh GR Digital II
By: Jeff Keller, Digital Camera Resource Page (Feb 21, 2008)
The Ricoh GR Digital II is a unique, but pricey digital camera. Ricoh is marketing the GRD as sort a "boutique camera", much like what Leica has done for so many years. The GRD is a lot different than what I typically review around here, with its fixed 28mm lens and gimmick-free feature set. It takes good quality photos (though no better than cheaper cameras), is well put together, expandable,...