The Ricoh PX is stylish and compact and, in key areas such as image quality and speed of operation, it holds its own with the competition. Its specs are middle-of-the-road for this class but it is is priced very competitively and, ultimately, represents great value considering its performance.
General everyday photography thanks to its small size, stylish design, and above-average image quality.
Low light shooting situations and video.
Ricoh PX review
By: Matt Golowczynski, What Digital Camera (Aug 12, 2011)
The PX is priced and built well for a waterproof compact and it performs to a satisfactory standard in and out of the water, but image noise and the low quality of the camera's LCD screen are the biggest downsides.
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