Ricoh GXR Mount A12

Announced Aug 5, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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The GXR became something quite unique when they released the mount module.  Apart from Leica there was and has been no other camera specifically designed for LM mount lenses.  At the time Ricoh engineers were very proud of the specially designed focal plane shutter. Uniquely in digital cameras with replaceable lenses the shutter defaults shut when the lens is removed.  This does not prevent dust inside the lens cavity or dust falling on the shutter blades getting into the camera but I suspect ...

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SergeyMS
 
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I use it with Voigt 35/2.5. Nice colors and DR. Focusing not so complex, and I prefer to focus it once and make 10-15 shots without spending time for waiting beep every time. Parc Leopold

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blorkeh
 
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The Ricoh GXR M-mount is very, very clever and has some unique features. You can assign direct ISO-control to the ADJ-switch, direct whitebalance selection to the zoom buttons and exposure compensation to the +/- buttons. The focus assist mode ("peaking") can be assigned to Fn1, but what is even better: When you half-press the shutter button, the peaking-lines dissapear, giving you a clear view of the scene. When you release it, you get back the peaking-lines. On the Sony NEX-5N it is either ...

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