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Aug 13, 2011
Sunny Frimley
Bill Palmer
Well, it's no GR but it has it's charms. On the downside there's no HiBW mode, there's a fairly fiddly lens cap, focusing can, as Lou says, be a bit slow. On the upside there's usb charging, a snapshot mode, an intriguing faux infrared mode (see below) and the digital zoom works smoothly (albeit JPG-only).

Here's some images from today, SooC. The first three are of the "Angel of Lens Testing" and simply show the relative fov at 28mm and the 35 and 50mm crops.

The mono shots are using the aforementioned "Near Infrared" mode.
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I've only had it a short time. I'll give it a good shakedown during Vision 2020.
 
Thanks for sharing
Well, it's no GR but it has it's charms. On the downside there's no HiBW mode, there's a fairly fiddly lens cap, focusing can, as Lou says, be a bit slow. On the upside there's usb charging, a snapshot mode, an intriguing faux infrared mode (see below) and the digital zoom works smoothly (albeit JPG-only).

Here's some images from today, SooC. The first three are of the "Angel of Lens Testing" and simply show the relative fov at 28mm and the 35 and 50mm crops.

The mono shots are using the aforementioned "Near Infrared" mode.


I've only had it a short time. I'll give it a good shakedown during Vision 2020.
Thanks for sharing! I'm not a great reviewer and look forward to your future comments.
 

rayvonn

Hall of Famer
Jan 19, 2015
Well, it's no GR
GR & GRII yes, I understand that. The current GR though? mmm, dunno about that, I honestly don't see much if any difference in the cameras at least in their rendition. In fact if one was considering a GRIII, I'd seriously consider an XF10 instead, far far better value.
 

serhan

All-Pro
May 7, 2011
NYC
Fujifilm XF-10 vs Ricoh GRiii - Is the price justified?

GR & GRII yes, I understand that. The current GR though? mmm, dunno about that, I honestly don't see much if any difference in the cameras at least in their rendition. In fact if one was considering a GRIII, I'd seriously consider an XF10 instead, far far better value.
 

NoSeconds

Top Veteran
Jan 1, 2017
Troy
GR & GRII yes, I understand that. The current GR though? mmm, dunno about that, I honestly don't see much if any difference in the cameras at least in their rendition. In fact if one was considering a GRIII, I'd seriously consider an XF10 instead, far far better value.

Burn the Heretic!!!
 

Rube39

New Member
Oct 4, 2011
If you set it up right, use snap focus, and shhot outside during the day, it isplanty fast. I fave no regrets buying one
 

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