Wonderful lens module. Sharp, small enough. Too bad Ricoh seems to be just letting folks use legacy lenses now, still, the 50mm is the best.View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Ricoh GXR A12 50mm F2.5 Macro
Top of the Ricoh line, a camera not suited for someone that just wants to snap a picture, suited for someone that wants to learn and grow with their camera. Interchangeable modules (lenses) are interesting and the A12 is wonderful for it's great IQ. The body offers the great Ricoh UI in a smallish package. Not belt-wearable but in a small bag it is light with both modules and another small digicam, just a perfect camera for my use.View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Easily the best compact mirrorless camera currently in terms of image quality. Repeat. Superb image quality in a small form factor is the foremost advantage of this little camera. The other advantages are the flexibility/customisation features of Ricoh interface (which has its own cult following): almost every button can be configured to your tastes (it has more options than Ricoh GRD3 even!). I have not used a more customisable camera. The LCD and EVF both are 902k pixels, truly DLSR ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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