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.
Yesterday (or still today, depending on where you are), Ricoh Imaging Company in Japan has announced the launch of the Ricoh Theta Z1 360-degree camera. First introduced in 2013, Theta was Ricoh’s foray into consumer-grade 360-degree imaging. Since then, there have been a couple of iterations and the Theta Z1 you see here, unveiled ahead […]
Digital cameras are not as fragile as smartphones, but if they are rugged, such as in the case of the Ricoh WG-6, ultra-rugged, it does give you peace of mind when handling it. Unveiled by Ricoh Imaging Americas Corporation a few days ago, the Ricoh WG-6 Ultra-rugged Digital Compact Camera is a compact, waterproof and […]
Here’s a quick one. You remember Ricoh Theta 360-degree Digital Camera from a few years ago? It was among the first 360 camera back then and since then, Ricoh hasn’t stop dabbling in. It was never cheap, though. In fact, it is kind of pricey. Anyways, Ricoh must have felt the heat of the competitions […]
If you think live video stream is limited to what our eyes can see (AKA field of view), well, think again. Ricoh, the ancient imaging equipment maker who managed to adapt and survive in this brutal digital world, has a camera with the technology that is totally capable of delivering up to 24 hours of […]
when we first saw the product image of Ricoh’s first action camera, the WG-M1, it took a while for us to digest the fact that it is an action camera cos’ it doesn’t look quite like one, but what’s that has to do with all we about to say? nothing actually. it was merely an […]
don’t like the all-black look of the Ricoh GR? then, the Ricoh GR Limited Edition Camera might just be right up your alley. with this limited edition variant, the GR’s magnesium-alloy body now wears a “metallic vintage green wave-tone finish with a high-gloss shine”, matched to a marbleized ebony grip patterned in burl wood.
ever since the invention of camera, we have been blessed with the tool to capture our memories, but those memories are anything but complete. there are just things that are being left behind, literally. until now, the only other better way to capture a particular moment in its entirety is through videoing, but still, that doesn’t
having a DSLR-sized sensor in a compact digital camera is exciting, but most would frown at their hefty price tags (they cost like a regular, full-sized DSLR). however, that’s not so with the newly announced Ricoh GR Camera. packing in an APS-C-sized sensor (read: DSLR-quality images) into a compact 8.6 ounce (244 grams) body, this new kid on the block
we are familiar with camera that we can swop lenses but one that allows us to change its sensor together with the lens is something entirely new. that’s exactly what Ricoh GXR allows…