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  1. Ricoh GR II Digital Camera

    The first GR-series camera to feature built-in Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity, the GR II Digital Camera from Ricoh continues the legacy of its predecessor with a large 16.2 MP APS-C CMOS sensor, providing high-resolution images with low noise at up to ISO 25600. By omitting the optical low-pass filter,…

    Price:
    $898 - $1049
  2. Ricoh Theta V Digital Camera

    The Ricoh Theta V captures immersive 360 photos and 4K video. With a noticeable improvement in image quality and speed, the Theta V can also live stream in 4K, equipping you with a whole new way to engage with your audience. With two 12MP sensors and matching lenses, the Theta V 360 Camera captures…

    Price:
    $650
  3. Ricoh Theta Digital Camera

    Capture the entire 360° space with a single shot. Use a PC or smartphone to have fun with the space!  This is a new world that revolutionizes conventional photos and videos.Experience the excitement of capturing images that exceed the concept of "photographing."

    Price:
    $465
  4. Ricoh GR Digital III Digital Camera

    Main Features: - Resolution: 10.1 megapixels - Color Support: Color - Optical Sensor Type: CCD - Total Pixels: 10,300,000 pixels - Effective Sensor Resolution: 10,100,000 pixels - Optical Sensor Size: 1/1.75 in - Light Sensitivity: ISO 80 , ISO 100 , ISO 200 , ISO 400 , ISO 800 , ISO 1600 ,…

    Price:
    $630.22
  5. Ricoh CX2 Digital Camera

    Battery: - Battery type(s) Lithium ion Camera: - Optical sensor: CMOS - Megapixels: 9 megapixels - Light sensitivity: ISO 80, ISO 100, ISO 200, ISO 400, ISO 800, ISO 1600 - Lens aperture: f/3.5 (Wide) - f/5.6 (Telephoto) - LCD display size: 3 inch - Flash type: Built-in - Optical zoom:…

    Price:
    $552.4
Digital cameras, or digicams, encode images and videos digitally. A sensor, called the 'charged couple device' or CCD, records the image and the photograph gets stored on a memory card. The advantages of using a digital camera are plenty — you can take hundreds, even thousands, or pictures, delete any you don't want and, given most digicams come with an LCD screen, you can view your shot immediately. There are different types of digital cameras available in the market today, the most common ones being the compact cameras, designed for portability and for casual shooting; the action cameras like GoPro, which are rugged and small; and the DSLRs, which range from the entry-level to the professional. DLSRs and some compact cameras allow for interchangeable lenses. Canon and Nikon compete against each other in the digital photography market, but Olympus, Panasonic and Sony are not far behind.
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