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Mark Peters : February 3th 2004 - 04:53 CET

PhotographyBlog: review Ricoh Caplio G4


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PhotographyBlogMark Goldstein, owner of the weblog about Photography, has published his review of the Ricoh Caplio G4. This Ricoh camera was announced last year around August and was one of the first digital cameras with a very responsive shutter time. Beside being impressive with shutter response time, the G4 has a very fast start-up time of 1.9 seconds. The Caplio G4 has a CCD with 3.24 Megapixels resolution and looks like the Ricoh Caplio G3 camera, but the G4 is roughly 10% smaller than its predecessor, and about 10 grams lighter. The difference comes down mostly to the removal of the microphone. The edge of the camera to the left of the lens has been trimmed a centimeter or so in the process, and the Ricoh logo moved under the flash instead.
PhotographyBlog: review Ricoh Caplio G4According to Mark Goldstein: "The Ricoh Caplio G4 is an exceptionally easy to use digital camera that will not be too intimidating to new users, whilst being very intuitive to use for anyone who has picked up any digital camera before. Having said that, the G4 does have a couple of neat touches of its own. The Adj. button on the rear of the camera is a particularly nice feature that allows you to quickly adjust 3 different settings that are commonly used. Press it once and you can alter exposure compensation; press it again and you can change the White Balance setting; press it once more and you can adjust the ISO speed.", " The noise levels look good at ISO 125, with some noise starting to appear at ISO 200. ISO 800 is very noisy and you would probably want to avoid using this setting unless you had no choice." and "At the default sharpening setting of "Normal" the images are fairly sharp and won't require too much sharpening during post-processing."

Interested in what Ricoh has to offer you with the Caplio G4 camera? Continue to read more at Mark's PhotographyBlog!




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