Ricoh. Previously a name closely associated to photocopier and printers, but not so much of imaging devices, has in recent years it has carved a niche in the area of 360-degree imaging that started way back in 2013.
It features a streamlined design, takes 14 MP images, records 360-degree spherical video at 30 fps in 4K, and it comes with a bunch of shooting modes with the aim of minimizing tweaking the setting.
There’s an OLED display now for displaying the status. Also it has the ability to switch to self-timer mode at a click of a button.
Other worthy mentions include new white balance for underwater mode, high-speed data transfer (up to 4x faster over the previous model), and improved shake-correction function.
All images courtesy of Ricoh USA.