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Ricoh Caplio R4 review at DigiCamReview
Mark Peters : June 6th 2006 - 12:03 CET
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DigiCamReview.co.ukRicoh Caplio R4 review at DigiCamReview : Our friend Joshua Waller from DigiCamReview has published his Ricoh Caplio R4 digital camera review. The Ricoh R4 features a 7.1x optical wide zoom, (28–200 mm in 35 mm camera format), largest in the compact class, vibration correction function, boast 6 Megapixels, longer battery life and a high resolution LCD. Combined with the vibration correction function, representative, superior, high-definition images can be created. It is possible to select a 35mm aspect ratio (the horizontal to vertical ratio of the image) of 3:2. The newly developed Double Retracting Lens System allows part of the lens assembly to protrude from the camera body during lens storage.
Ricoh Caplio R4 review at DigiCamReviewRicoh R4 Review - Operation
According to Joshua Waller: "The modes are easy to access, quick and simple, mainly thanks to the right number of dials and buttons on the camera (the adjust button making it especially easy to get to regularly used options - this can be customised so that you have access to the option you most frequently use). Most functions can be worked out without having to refer to the manual. The mode switch and play button make it very easy to switch between the different modes."

Ricoh Caplio R4 compact camera - Ergonomics and Design
Joshua continues: "I thought the camera felt good ergonomically, although there is very little in the way of a hand grip. The vertical zoom control is a bit unorthodox, but functional. The camera feels fairly solid with a curvy metal body; however the plastic battery cover felt quite fragile with only one clip / hook holding it in place when closed. The layout of the buttons means they can be used with one hand. The camera is on the small size, but can still be held with two hands should you feel like supporting the camera with both hands."

Ricoh Caplio R4 - White balance and Noise
"Auto white balance and metering seemed to be very good the majority of the time. Red-eye was a problem in some of the photos. The movie mode choices are average, providing 320x240 and 30 frames per second with sound. "Vibration Reduction" means more photos should be blur-free even when taking photos with zoom or in low-light. The most noticeable image quality problem was high noise in most photos, however if you can set this camera to ISO64 then the majority of results should be noise free. If you need to use the higher ISO settings then noise is noticeable and could be a problem for you." You want to learn more about the Ricoh Caplio digital camera? Continue to read the Ricoh Caplio R4 review at DigiCamReview!

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