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Developed as the successor to the GR, the Ricoh GR II combines portable dimensions – perfect for travel and street photography – with high-resolution images delivered by a large16.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor and high-performance 28mm f2.8 lens. The GR II is the first model in the GR-series to come with Wi-Fi and NFC to support smartphone operations, including wireless image transfer and remote shooting
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Simple to use and extremely portable, the Theta S spherical digital camera from Ricoh allows you to capture 360° stills and videos with a single click. The Theta S features dual 12-megapixel ½.3″ image sensors and twin f2.0 lenses to deliver high-resolution 14.4-megapixel spherical still images and Full HD 1080p video at 30fps. The Theta S is also capable of streaming live footage via its built-in USB or HDMI port.
360 Degree Cameras, Action Cameras, Cameras, Digital Compact, Ricoh, Ricoh 360 Degree Cameras, Ricoh Action CamerasKey Features: Ricoh Theta SC Digital Spherical Camera Hig
Retaining the high level of image quality present in the Ricoh Theta S using a high-performance CMOS image sensor and large-aperture lens whilst being lighter in weight, the Ricoh Theta SC Digital Spherical Camera is the standard-class model of the Ricoh Theta series, and signifies the arrival of a new era of virtual reality. It provides casual, effortless enjoyment of 360-degree imaging.
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Get involved in the brave new world of spherical video production with the Theta V 360° 4K Camera from Ricoh. Create immersive virtual reality content (4K, 3840×1920, Max 56 Mbps, 30fps), either recorded or livestreamed, with its updated image sensors and the Snapdragon processing engine.
Key Features: Ricoh WG-50 Digital Camera Tough and dura
The Ricoh WG-50 Digital Camera is a rugged point-and-shoot camera for those in need of a camera that can take a beating. Waterproof, shock-proof, dust-proof, and crush-proof, the WG-50 can withstand most things you can throw at it. Its 16MP 1/2.3” CMOS sensor offers crisp high-resolution stills and 1080p video.
High-resolution 4K/30p movie, 100Mbps high bit
Ricoh has updated its rugged action camera with the 4K-shooting WG-M2. The new adventure-focused camera also gains a wider and faster lens which could lead to more immersive footage. While the new camera is both smaller and lighter than its predecessor, it still retains its tough go-anywhere credentials thanks to waterproofing, shock resistance and being freeze-proof.
The Ricoh WG-M2 uses an ultra-wide 204 degree (that’s a 9-mm equivalent) F2 lens. This angle of view is significantly wider than the 150 degree lenses of mostrival action cameras, meaning it’s capable of capturing potentially more immersive footage. However, for those times you don’t want the distortion which comes with such a wide lens, a narrow mode will capture a more standard 150-degree angle of view.
An 8-megapixel 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor is used to shoot stills, or the more likely video footage, which can be recorded at up to 4K 3840 x 2160 at 30 fps (frames per second) or Full HD 1080p video at up to 60 fps. Video quality looks set to be significantly better than what the WG-M1 recorded, with high bit rates on offer up to 100 Mbps.
While the camera has been slimmed down to 34.1 x 57.4 x 77.8 mm (1.3 x 2.3 x 3 in) and now weighs 136 g (4.8 oz), it is just as adventure-proof as the 2013 version. It’s waterproof down to 20 m (65 ft) for two hours, shockproof for drops from 2m (6.6 ft) and freeze-proof to temperatures of -10° C (14° F). It’s also still compatible with the wide range of WG mounts available.
A 1.5-inch LCD monitor with 115k dots is on hand to compose shots, or nonchalantly check your framing is right as you hurtle down a mountain on your snowboard. There’s also an LCD orientation mode which lets users shoot footage in an upright position, even when the camera is held vertically or upside-down.
If you’d rather check your live recording on a bigger screen, there’s the option of doing so (depending on resolution settings) with the Image Sync app on a smartphone, tablet or computer. From there, users can also perform various camera functions and share images or video wirelessly if they don’t want to take out the micro SD memory card.