Ricoh WG-70 Compact Waterproof Camera with 16MP Sensor

Ricoh WG-70, its latest compact waterproof camera has been available for preorder. With an all-weather design, the camera records every awesome moment during any adventure.Ricoh WG-70 Compact Waterproof Camera with 16MP Sensor

The WG-70 is a budget-friendly, waterproof digital camera that measures 4.8 x 1.2 x 2.4 inches and weighs 1.48 pounds. As shown in the images, the camera delivers a tough and rugged design. The armor-like housing provides water. Dust, crush and freeze protection, so it withstands drops from up to 1.6 meters and up to 100kg crushes, and you can capture incredible underwater scenes at a depth of up to 14 meters for up to 2 hours. The freezeproof design ensures it can operate down to temperatures of -10 degrees below zero.

The compact waterproof camera comes equipped with a 16MP 1/2.3″ back-illuminated CMOS sensor to provide high-quality stills and 1080p@30fps video recording. With a sensitivity range of ISO 125-6400 and back-illuminated design, it reduces noise in low light conditions, and Handheld Night Snap mode allows it to automatically blend several images into a single composite image for enhanced clarity in low light.Ricoh WG-70 Compact Waterproof Camera with 16MP Sensor

Furthermore, Ricoh WG-70 also features a 5x optical zoom lens covers a 28-140mm equivalent range with a series of aspherical elements to suit various subject types with minimized distortion. With three modes: Pixel Track SR, Movie SR, and Digital SR, the camera helps you capture ideal images in differernt conditions.

Moreover, the waterproof camera has a 2.7-inch LCD monitor, and 6 LED macro lights allows it to capture eye-catching, close-up images with ease. Interval shooting modes allow you to capture beautiful time-lapses.Ricoh WG-70 Compact Waterproof Camera with 16MP Sensor

Ricoh WG-70 compact waterproof camera is priced at $279.95 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page (black version) for its more details.

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