The Ricoh GR IIIx is an great little street photography camera and the new 40mm equivalent lens is simply amazing! Images are sharp and punchy with sense of striking clarity that gives this camera its own unique visual signature. Hit the jump for my GR IIIX street photography review!
I’ve been shooting with the Ricoh GR III for the past few months and I can tell you it definitley lives up to the hype. It’s small, stealthy and produces amazing images but is this the ultimate street photography camera? My Ricoh GR III street photography review has the answer. Hit the jump for more!
The Ricoh GR II is the latest in a long line of street photography cameras and it enjoys an almost legendary status among street photographers. I shot the West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval with this little wonder cam and I’ve got a few things to say about it. Hit the jump for the full Ricoh GR II street photography review!
Just look at this Ricoh GR II Silver Edition. Just look at it! Sure, it’s the same Ricoh GR II that street photographers have been using all along but this one is silver. SILVER! But seriously, Ricoh is celebrating its 80th anniversary by producing 3200 copies of this handsome little devil. Hit the jump for more details!
Leica is well known for its outlandish special edition cameras from the Ralph Gibson Monochrom to the puzzling M Edition 60 that was the first digital rangefinder without an LCD screen. But these were all stupidly expensive and way beyond the reach of any but the wealthiest camera collectors. Ricoh proves Leica isn’t the only game in town with the new GR II Premium Kit that’s within the reach of upper middle class photographers. Hit the jump for more info.
The Ricoh GR is one of the all time great compact cameras for street photography with it’s stealthy operation and amazing lens. But time marches forward and the all new Ricoh GR II has been announced. And it’s pretty much the exact same camera as the original GR but they’ve added Wi-Fi. Cue the marching band! Hit the jump for more info.