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Ricoh GR II (28 mm, 16.20MP, 4FPS, Wi-Fi)

Street photography is exactly your thing? With the GR II you have the perfect companion thanks to aperture f/2.8,28mm fixed focal length and large APS-C sensor. It is also very handy.

Art-Nr 5297391
Expected delivery date: Tomorrow 16.08.2018 if ordered by today 17:00

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  • Dietikon: tomorrow at 13:30
  • Geneva: tomorrow at 14:00
  • Kriens: tomorrow at 13:00
  • Lausanne: tomorrow at 12:30
  • St Gallen: tomorrow at 13:00
  • Winterthur: tomorrow at 12:00
  • Wohlen: tomorrow at 11:00
  • Zurich: tomorrow at 12:15

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CHF 519.–minus 60.– discount

Ricoh GR II (28 mm, 16.20MP, 4FPS, Wi-Fi)

Description

Light intensive lens for best imaging performance:
The extremely compact GR lens with a fixed focal length of 28 mm (KB equivalent) is perfectly matched to the Ricoh APS-C sensor and is one of the best of its kind in the world.
The peak illuminance of F/2.8 gives you the freedom you need to shoot in low-light conditions, such as in poorly lit interiors or at dusk.
The GR-lens consists of seven lenses (two aspherical lenses, one element of high refractive low dispersion glass) grouped into five groups.
The high-quality construction minimizes optical distortions and chromatic aberrations and ensures razor-sharp, high-contrast images right down to the corners - even when the aperture is fully open.
The screen of the GR II consists of nine specially shaped lamellas, which provide an extraordinarily soft bokeh. The depth of field can be limited to a very narrow area so that a pin sharp subject with a softly drawn background can be placed in a harmonic frame. A dimmer button on the left side of the camera allows the depth of field to be displayed on the monitor beforehand.
In addition, a built-in ND filter (Neutral Density) allows the light to be reduced to effectively use the aperture.

In addition to the 35 mm focal length, the Crop function of the GR II has been extended by 47 mm to enable the user to crop and enlarge the desired image section accordingly.

Large APS-C image sensor for outstanding image quality:
The GR II is equipped with a CMOS image sensor in APS-C format, which is normally only found in SLR cameras. With the enormous sensor area of 23.7 x 15.7 mm, the effective resolution is 16.2 megapixels. In contrast to other compact cameras, the GR II does without a low-pass or anti-aliasing filter, so that the APS-C image sensor can exploit the resolution performance in all conditions down to the very last detail. The result is perfectly drawn images with absolutely natural colour rendering and in captivating sharpness and clarity, even into the corners of the image.
If Moiré effects should occur due to the extremely fine resolution and omission of the low pass filter, they can be eliminated by a built-in function at the touch of a button.

Outstanding image quality:

The extremely compact GR lens with a fixed focal length of 28 mm (KB equivalent) is perfectly matched to the Ricoh APS-C sensor.

Ergonomic operating comfort and a wide range of functions:
With the GR II, the optimal arrangement of function keys and setting wheel makes it easy to manually select all relevant recording parameters, so that the entire range of creative possibilities can be exploited immediately and without detours. In addition to aperture and time preselection, exposure control can also be set via the simultaneous setting of exposure time and aperture (TAv - Time and Aperture Value), in which the sensitivity is then automatically adjusted.
For the GR II, two different program curves (normal, priority on small aperture) are now available for the automatic mode.

What's new compared to Ricoh GR predecessors

New algorithms to improve white balance and minimize image noise
Integrated Wi-Fi and NFC technologies for wireless image transmission and camera control including simple image transmission and organization
Many new effect functions
Crop function for focal length of 47 mm (in addition to 35 mm)
Two different program curves for the program automatic (normal, priority on small aperture)
Compatible with the AF360FGZII and AF540FGZII flash units, which can be used as slave flashes.
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Specifications

Key specifications

Focal length (35 mm film equivalent)28 mm
Image sensor formatAPS-C / DX
Image sensor resolution16.20 MP
Shutter speed300 - 1/4000 s

General information

Manufacturer Ricoh
Product type Cameras
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Cameras

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Item number5297391
Manufacturer no.175844
Release date24.06.2015
Sales rank in Product type Cameras51 of 433
External links Manufacturer's site (de)

Camera properties

Camera type
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Camera type

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Compact camera
Case colour
Black

Sensor properties

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Sensor properties

Describes the sensor.

Image sensor resolution
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Image sensor resolution

An image sensor is a device for taking two-dimensional images of light by electrical or mechanical means. In most cases, semiconductor detectors are used as image sensors.

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16.20 MP
Max. resolution
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Max. resolution

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4352 x 3264 Pixels
Image sensor type
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Image sensor type

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CMOS
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CMOS

Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) is a term for semiconductor devices that use both p-channel and n-channel MOSFETs on a common substrate. CMOS technology refers to both the semiconductor process used to realize integrated digital and analog circuits and a logic family. CMOS technology is the most widely used logic family today and is mainly used for integrated circuits.

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Image sensor format
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Image sensor format

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APS-C / DX
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APS-C / DX

The DX format is a sensor format of Nikon digital SLR cameras.
The DX format was introduced in 1999 with the Nikon D1. At about 23.7 mm × 15.6 mm, it is smaller than the 35 mm format and also differs from the formats previously used for digital SLR cameras. It is also often referred to somewhat imprecisely as APS-C format.

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Image sensor size
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Image sensor size

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23.70 x 15.70 mm
ISO light sensitivity (auto)
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ISO light sensitivity (auto)

The American Standards Association (ASA) and the Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN) film speed standards have been combined into the ISO standards. The current International Standard for measuring the speed of color negative film is ISO 5800:1987 from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Related standards ISO 6:1993 and ISO 2240:2003 define scales for speeds of black-and-white negative film and color reversal film. This system defines both an arithmetic and a logarithmic scale, combining the previously separate ASA and DIN systems.
Commonly, the logarithmic speed is omitted; for example, "ISO 100" denotes ISO 100/21°.

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100 - 800
ISO light sensitivity (manual)
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ISO light sensitivity (manual)

The ISO 5800 standard defines the light sensitivity of film material.
For both scales: the higher the number, the more light-sensitive the film. For linear ASA scaling, a double value corresponds to twice the sensitivity. In the logarithmic DIN scale, an increase of 3° corresponds to a doubling.
In photography, doubling the light sensitivity of the film material means that under given lighting conditions the exposure time can be halved to avoid camera shake or the lens can be closed one f-stop further to achieve a greater depth of field.

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100 - 25600

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Camera lens properties

A camera lens (also known as photographic lens, objective lens or photographic objective) is an optical lens or assembly of lenses used in conjunction with a camera body and mechanism to make images of objects either on photographic film or on other media capable of storing an image chemically or electronically.
While in principle a simple convex lens will suffice, in practice a compound lens made up of a number of optical lens elements is required to correct (as much as possible) the many optical aberrations that arise. Some aberrations will be present in any lens system. It is the job of the lens designer to balance these out and produce a design that is suitable for photographic use and possibly mass production.
A lens may be permanently fixed to a camera, or it may be interchangeable with lenses of different focal lengths, apertures, and other properties.

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Focal length
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Focal length

The focal length of an optical system is a measure of how strongly it converges (focuses) or diverges (diffuses) light. A system with a shorter focal length has greater optical power than one with a long focal length.

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28 mm
Focal length (35 mm film equivalent)
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Focal length (35 mm film equivalent)

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28 mm
Maximum aperture
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Maximum aperture

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2.80
Filter diameter
49 mm
Filter thread
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Filter thread

The camera / lens has a filter thread.

Yes

Display properties

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Display properties

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Display size
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Display size

The size of a display is typically given as the distance between two opposite screen corners. One problem with this method is that it does not distinguish between the aspect ratios of monitors with identical diagonal sizes, in spite of the fact that a shape of a given diagonal span's area decreases as it becomes less square. For example, a 4:3 21" monitor has an area of ~211 square inches, while a 16:9 21" widescreen has an area of only ~188 square inches.

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3 "
Screen technology
TFT
Resolution
1230000 Pixels

Viewfinder

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Viewfinder

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Viewfinder type
without viewfinder

Focusing

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Focusing

In geometrical optics, a focus, also called an image point, is the point where light rays originating from a point on the object converge. Although the focus is conceptually a point, physically the focus has a spatial extent, called the blur circle. This non-ideal focusing may be caused by aberrations of the imaging optics. In the absence of significant aberrations, the smallest possible blur circle is the Airy disc, which is caused by diffraction from the optical system's aperture. Aberrations tend to get worse as the aperture diameter increases, while the Airy circle is smallest for large apertures.

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Minimum focus distance
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Minimum focus distance

The shortest distance supported.

10 cm
Manual focus
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Manual focus

It is possible to focus manually. The autofocus is therefore not used.

Yes
Autofocus
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Autofocus

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Yes
Autofocus type
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Autofocus type

Autofocus (AF) is the technique of a camera or any optical device in general to automatically focus on the subject.

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Contrast-based
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Contrast-based

Focusing by means of contrast measurement at contour edges is basically the same as focusing the eye, i.e. the photographer, without further aids: The image width of the lens is varied until the brightness curve at light/dark contour edges has a maximum steepness. The camera's processor calculates the frequency distribution in the image, and the greater the proportion of high frequencies (i.e. abrupt light-dark changes), the sharper the image.

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Performance

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Performance

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Shutter speed
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Shutter speed

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300 - 1/4000 s
Continuous shooting rate
4 FPS

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Data storage properties

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SD
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SD

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SDHC
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SDHC

The Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) format, defined in Version 2.0 of the SD specification, supports cards with capacities up to 32 GB. The SDHC trademark is licensed to ensure compatibility.

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SDXC
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SDXC

At the Consumer Electronics Show 2009, the SD Card Association announced the successor to SDHC. The specification of the SDXC (SD eXtended Capacity) cards allows a gross size of up to 2 TB (2,048 GB). The division into performance classes is maintained and now reaches up to 104 MB/s, 300 MB/s are planned. Microsoft's exFAT, optimized for flash memory, is often used as the file system.

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Media formats

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Media formats

Supported media formats.

Image file formats
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Image file formats

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JPEG
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JPEG

In computing, JPEG is a commonly used method of lossy compression for digital photography (image). The degree of compression can be adjusted, allowing a selectable tradeoff between storage size and image quality. JPEG typically achieves 10:1 compression with little perceptible loss in image quality.

JPEG compression is used in a number of image file formats. JPEG/Exif is the most common image format used by digital cameras and other photographic image capture devices; along with JPEG/JFIF, it is the most common format for storing and transmitting photographic images on the World Wide Web. These format variations are often not distinguished, and are simply called JPEG.

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RAW
Video file formats
MPEG-4 (mp4)
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MPEG-4 (mp4)

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RAW support
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RAW support

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Yes

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Waterproof
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Waterproof

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water protected (water resistant)
This watch is only splash-proof.
water resistant 3 bar (3 ATM, water resistant 30 m)
The watch is protected against water splashes.

water resistant 5 bar (5 ATM, water resistant 50 m)
The watch can be worn during hand washing, rain, washing up, showering, car washing, skiing, trekking.

water resistant 10 bar (10 ATM, water resistant 100 m)
Washing hands, rain, washing dishes, washing cars, skiing, trekking, showering, water sports (e.g. swimming and snorkeling) are harmless for such a watch.

water resistant 20 bar (20 ATM, water resistant 200 m), diving watch

water resistant 30 bar (30 ATM, water resistant 300 m), diving watch
With such watches all above mentioned activities are possible as well as scuba diving with compressed air tank.

not waterproof

Connections

Connections
Micro USB
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Micro HDMI (Type D)

Power supply

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Power supply
Battery-operated
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Battery-operated

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Rechargeable batteries have lower total cost of use and environmental impact than disposable batteries. Some rechargeable battery types are available in the same sizes as disposable types. Rechargeable batteries have higher initial cost, but can be recharged very cheaply and used many times.

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Delivery contents

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Delivery contents

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Delivery contents
USB cable
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Accumulator
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Software CD
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USB Power Adapter
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power plugs
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wrist strap
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hot shoe cover

Product dimensions

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Product dimensions

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Width
117 mm
Height
63 mm
Length
34.70 mm
Weight
251 g

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Application range
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Application range

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Travel photography
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Travel photography

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Flash properties

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Integrated Flash
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Hot shoe
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Hot shoe

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Video
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Video

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Video recording

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NFC
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Wi-Fi
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Wi-Fi

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Average rating 89%
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Edition 09/2015- Das Prädikat ?außergewöhnlich? wird nicht an jedes x-beliebige Modell vergeben, aber die Ricoh GR II hat es sich absolut verdient. Trotz ihres äußerst kompakten Gehäuses kann sich die Kamera mit den meisten Systemkameras messen, wenn es um die Bildqualität geht. Hierfür ist der tolle APS-C-Bildsensor verantwortlich. Bildrauschen tritt erst ab ISO 800 überhaupt auf und ist bis ISO 3.200 in einem vertretbaren Rahmen. Das Modell verfügt außerdem über ein starkes Objektiv sowie über einen schnellen Autofokus. Aufgrund der Festbrennweite ist man allerdings kreativ etwas eingeschränkt. Außerdem fehlt dem Gerät ein optischer Bildstabilisator.more

Hervorragende Bildqualität bis ISO 1.600 (für eine Kompaktkamera)
Vergleichsweise sehr gute Bildqualität auch im hohen ISO-Bereich (ab ISO 1.600)
Sehr gut verarbeitetes und sehr solides Kameragehäuse
Das Gehäuse liegt komfortabel und sicher in der Hand
Die Kamera ist für ein Modell mit APS-C-Sensor sehr klein
Sehr gute Abbildungsleistung des Objektivs
Schnappschuss-tauglich: schneller Autofokus (0,24 Sek.), kurze Auslöseverzögerung (0,02 Sek.)
Gute Bildrate im Serienbildmodus bei RAW (im Labor: bis zu 6,1 Bilder/Sek. für 10 Bilder in Folge)
3,0 Zoll großes Display mit hoher Auflösung (1,23 Millionen Subpixel) und großen Einblickwinkeln
ND-Filter mit zwei Blendenstufen vorhanden
Sehr viele Einstellungsmöglichkei
Die Kamera bietet nur eine Festbrennweite (mit 28mm ist man immerhin etwas flexibler)
Kein optischer Bildstabilisator vorhanden
Bei Aufnahmen im reinen JPEG-Format sind nur vier Bilder pro Sekunde möglich
Das LCD spiegelt recht stark und lässt sich weder drehen und schwenken
Für Videos nur wenig geeignet

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Sie schreiben für die Verschlusszeit 300s. Meinten Sie 30s? - Herzlich - Martin Messmer

10.02.2018
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Also laut Herstellerseite sind 300s korrekt. -> ricoh-imaging.ch/de/kompakt...

11.02.2018

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User kali666
GR II (28 mm, 16.20MP, 4FPS, Wi-Fi)

Une marque fiable et de qualité, la taille d'un APN mais avec l'APS-C : foncez !

Un APS-C pour 499 francs ! Et un Ricoh en plus. Certes, il n'a pas de zoom; mais les vrais photographes vous diront que c'est vos pieds qui doivent se rapprocher. N'ayant jamais possédé d'APN sans zoom, c'est vrai que cela fait bizarre au début.

Pas de stabilisateur ? Non, vous n'en aurez vraiment pas besoin. Pas de miracle non plus par trop faible éclairage. Sans flash, et sans pied, un temps de pause d'une seconde, ça ne le fait pas = flash et/ou mono-pied.

N'étant pas un pro de la photo, mais exigeant, le résultat obtenu avec le mode "fait tout à ma place" fait vraiment le job.

Et si par hasard vous ne savez pas ce qu'est un APS-C, non seulement goo.. est votre ami, mais sans pouvoir être confronté à un reflex haut de gamme, je peux vous assurer après une semaine de vacances que le résultat est littéralement époustouflant.

Et le zoom qui semblait me manquer se trouve comblé par la qualité en mode auto et option "large" faisant une photo de 16 méga. Alors allez-y, vous zoomerez alors en recadrant sur l'ordi. Je ne parle pas de l'option RAW, qu'il possède (même RAW et JPEG en même temps), n'étant pas au niveau d'un vrai photographe.

Maintenant, si vous voulez vraiment un appareil reflex avec zoom ET un résultat incroyable, prenez alors un vrai reflex et un bon zoom; mais tout cela ne coute pas 499 francs et, surtout, ne rentre pas dans la poche. J'ai aussi cette option, mais suis bien content de ne pas m'être encombrer d'une grosse sacoche à l'épaule cette semaine de vacances. Je ne connaissais vraiment pas les avantages d'un Ricoh, encore moins d'un APS-C et là, je suis plus que convaincu !

(h.s. : prenez une batterie en plus en réserve, bien que celle livrée fasse plus de 200 clichés; mais n'achetez pas la petite sacoche qui peut aller avec. Elle est certes aux dimensions du GR 2, mais le rabat ne se fixe pas)

Je le redis : entrez dans le monde de l'APN avec APS-C. Le piqué est vraiment incroyable !
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09.08.2017
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User andywuer
GR II (28 mm, 16.20MP, 4FPS, Wi-Fi)

Super Kamera die überall dabei sein kann

Wunderbare Kamera. Wer gerne eine Kamera besitzt welche man überall hin mitnehmen kann, die schnell griffbereit ist und ohne Wechselobjektive etc. auskommt, der liegt mit der Ricoh GR II genau richtig.
Jegliche Funktionen die sich ein ambitionierter Fotograph wünscht sind in der kleinen Kamera eingebaut, die Bildqualität ist gemessen an der Ausstattung mehr als gut und der Preis ist absolut gerechtfertigt.
Im Vergleich zur Ricoh GR ist lediglich das WiFi Modul hinzugekommen, daher fährt man auch mit der "alten" GR prima, ein Upgrade lohnt sich nicht. Der Aktuelle Preis von Digitec (mit 50.- Gutscheincode) ist unschlagbar, danke für das tolle Angebot!
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14.01.2016
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User pelo1959
GR II (28 mm, 16.20MP, 4FPS, Wi-Fi)

Sempre in tasca un piccolo gioiello di qualità

Piccola macchina, grande qualità, sempre in tasca!


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26.07.2018
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