RICOH previewed their new GRIII compact digital camera this week at the Photokina trade fair in Germany. 

The new camera is still in development and is scheduled to be finalised and released in early 2019, with newly designed features to push forwards their concept GR series. The new lens construction features six elements in four groups with an improved image sensor for image quality control, which achieves approximately 24.24 megapixels.

The camera comes with a range of functions in focus, exposure and white-balance for custom control for each user, increasing the possibilities for compact photography. The camera can achieve a shutter speed range of 1/4000sec to 30sec, and features a touchscreen display for ease of use and in camera cropping and resizing. 

Some features are still to be determined, including the estimated battery life, but RICOH have given an estimated overall weight of only 257g, including the rechargeable battery and memory card. 

To find out more, visit RICOH’s website.




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