Ricoh GR comparative review
Body & Design
The Ricoh GR is impressively small - it's essentially the same size as its much-smaller-sensor predecessor, the GR Digital IV. It also shares its predecessor's excellent build quality - the GR is light but its magnesium alloy shell means it feels distinctly solid.
The camera's primary controls (the front dial, ADJ Lever and shutter button) sit either directly under or next to the points your fingers fall on the body. And the interface makes the most of these well thought-out ergonomics (this is discussed over the coming pages).
In the hand
The first thing that strikes you about the Ricoh GR when you handle it is how light it is. It weighs 20% less than the Nikon Coolpix A and yet manages to still feel decidedly solid. Impressively it's very similar in size to the company's previous GR Digital models, despite having a sensor almost nine times larger.
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