In addition to Theta Z1 360-degree camera, Ricoh has also unveiled GR III, its latest compact digital camera. With a large CMOS sensor, it delivers high-quality imaging.
Ricoh GR III is a high-performance point-and-shoot camera that measures 4.3 x 1.3 x 2.4 inches and weighs 9.1 ounces. As we can see from the images, the camera delivers a similar appearance design with its predecessor: Ricoh GR II. The exterior frame is made of magnesium alloy to improve durability and dependability, and the leather-like grip lets you firmly and comfortably hold it for stable hand shots.
Ricoh GR III comes equipped with a 24MP CMOS sensor paired with a new GR Engine 6 in order to achieve high-resolution images with natural colors and rich details. The sensitivity range is ISO 100 – 102400 to handle low-light conditions. Furthermore, it supports 1080p video recording at up to 60fps, and a built-in GR lens & Shake Reduction mechanism helps it minimize the appearance of camera shake for smooth video recording.
Ricoh GR III has a 3.0-inch high-definition LCD monitor, and its touchscreen provides intuitive control of various camera functions including AF frame shift, menu navigation, and image magnification and more. In addition, integrated Bluetooth and WiFi allow it to wirelessly connect with your mobile device so that you can effortlessly transmit photos to the device or remotely control it via its companion app.
Ricoh GR III is priced at $899.95 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page for its more details.