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Ricoh CX1 : Digital camera review
Dennis Hissink : November 15th 2009 - 23:10 CET
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RicohRicoh CX1 review : Ricoh may not belong to the leading brands as far as sales numbers are concerned, but when it comes to innovations and originality; it certainly does. Ricoh manages to keep on surprising with remarkably unobtrusive cameras. A good example is the GR Digital series comprising of beautiful, small compact cameras with a fixed lens offering high quality and appealing to a large share of professionals. The new Ricoh CX1 aims at a different target group, yet in the same quirky way.

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Ricoh review : CX1 camera body
The thing that really makes the Ricoh stand out is its housing. Not only are the average Ricoh cameras usually very compact, they often also have a neat and high-quality design. The Ricoh CX1 is no different. The housing feels solid, much better in fact than many other cameras in this segment. And although the Ricoh CX1 is not the lightest of cameras, it is still easy to carry with you, thanks to its compact form factor.

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Ricoh CX1 review - Camera operation
The Ricoh CX1 provides a good hand-fit. The small edge and the rubber coating on the back certainly add to this. Even though the buttons are small, they are easy to operate. However, people with slightly bigger fingers may encounter some difficulty to operate it all. Ricoh had to compromise, since there is simply not a lot of room on a small camera such as the CX1. It's just a matter of getting used to.

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Ricoh digital compact camera review
We tested the Ricoh CX1 digital compact camera intensively over a longer period of time. It was even a relief to be able to shoot with a compact size camera for a change, considering the sheer digital SLR force we're encountering these days. During this extensive testing period, we were able to try out and assess all of the CX1's functions to a great extent. Our findings can be read in the following Ricoh CX1 review.
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