Ricoh CX1 review
Good for bright outdoors high contrast situation. Downhill in low contrast shade. Very bad for hi iso indoor no flash situation. The noise reduction blurred important details when the whole chin smeared with facial details joined to the neck. Useless for people shots. My old Fuji FD30 and FD31 beats it hands down. Listen to Ricoh fanboys at your own peril unless you are solely into B/W. Bought it thinking that P&S cameras are all in similar IQ range and playing premium should get me the extra X. Sharp lens and great user interface though. Interval shooting is fun.
No, no problems construction or usage wise.
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