Ricoh Caplio R7

Announced Aug 28, 2007 •
8 megapixels | 2.7 screen | 28 – 200 mm (7.1×)
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In Edit \ Preferences \ Performance \ GPU Settings, the choices are greyed and on mouse-over it displays the message “Graphics hardware acceleration is unavailable. You will need to upgrade your video driver and possibly your video card.” The old NVIDIA card barely met the required specs so I did that, now running a spanking new Radeon R7 in my tower machine (Gigabyte Z68 mobo, 8GB, 4 core x 3.4GB Intel, Win7-64). But still getting the same message. Windows updates are current, and I...
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So my parents are taking the whole family on one big last family holiday in September before they both retire. So we are going to Hong Kong/Philippines/Bali and back to Australia. I am also going to Greece and Crete in April with my school students for a World War 1 and 2 history trip and I plan on taking my Leica (M240) and an Olympus PEN with me. The plan is to have the Leica attached to a Black rapid strap under my jacket and have the camera strapped up as high as I can instead of my hip...
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I have XP1 and XT1. I just bought a brand new - opened box (part of a body + 3 lens package) XE1 for £140. Shame to have it converted really but that's what I got it for. I intend to get a 650nm conversion which should allow me to also use my current 720nm (Hoya R72) lens filters to get two different amounts of visible light for more or less colour without losing handhold-ability. - Any comments on this? Has anyone any experience of this guy in...
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I'm very new to Infrared photography but I wanted to try it out. I have an unconverted EOS 600D which I've been using with an EF-S 10-18mm and I've been getting some very strange flare around the edges of my images. It seems to be a double image that is most apparent at the edges of the image and is barley noticeable toward the centre. I thought it was some kind of chromatic aberration but I couldn't get rid of it so I checked the channels individually and it seemed to show up much more in...
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I am getting a cheap full spectrum modified Sony Nex-5 for IR Photography to replace my Sony DSC-V1.  I have been reading up on the sigma lenses and they seem quite good bang for buck. And they also don't suffer from any hot spots. However the difference between the two lenses are minimal, but the older one uses a different lens coating or lack of one compared to the newer lens. I was wondering if this would make any difference to shooting IR? I plan on using my current Hoya r72 (which i use...
By: Rob Bedows (Dec 26, 2015)
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OK, so I'm contemplating having a new PC built.  I currently have a 5 plus year old Dell Inspiron with 8 GB of RAM, an AMD quad core 630 processor running at 2.8 ghz.  The video card is an ATL Radeon 4350.  I've got a 1 TB HD with a 3 TB Seagate plugged in as backup.  This last I just purchased with upgradeability in mind when the 1 TB backup drive failed. I'm contemplating a new machine in hopes that the processing jobs will go much faster.  I've got a D810 with 36 megapixel files and use LR...
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anyone using the df for infrared photography (landscapes mainly)? how did you find the df performed? set up/user tip? i was thinking about picking up a hoya r72 and experimenting with infrared and would appreciate any feed back  thank you
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Hi , my current computer is a Dell Inspiron 5547 (15") Relevant Tech Specs:  Intel Core i7 4510 2.00-2.60 Ghz 8gb Ram 15" 1080p IPS Screen AMD Radeon R7 M265 Graphics Card 1TB 5400 rpm HDD the relevant ports are  2x USB 3.0 Ports and one HDMI port (not sure  how to check which version of HDMI it is, but think it should be 1.4) pretty happy with the laptop so am loathe to change it unless absolutely required I was considering using a decent (and cheaper) 2k Monitor connected via the hdmi...
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As fellow 60mm XF users will know, the filter size is 39mm and it is deeply set in the lens body which means I need series of several step-up rings in order to clear the body in stages. I want to use my ND filter and more importantly my R72 Infrared filter. IR filters come in a limited number of sizes so mine was bought to fit directly to my 14mm and via a step-up to my 35mm. So - how many (or few) and what size step-ups do I need to clear the lens body from 39mm to 58mm? Has anybody done...
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So I'm getting a D3200 soon, and I'm considering purchasing an IR filter because IR photography is fun as hell to play with.Here's the thing: I've heard from various sources that either the D3200 is a relatively good camera for taking IR shots without modification - that is, the built-in IR-blocking filter isn't too strong - or it's a really terrible camera for it because the built-in IR blocking filter IS strong. I don't know who to believe.Now, I don't mind if I have to lose half a dozen...
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