Engineering:Ricoh GR digital cameras

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The Ricoh GR is a series of point-and-shoot, or compact, digital cameras made by Ricoh. The GR name was previously used for Ricoh's GR series of film cameras.

Ricoh GR digital cameras

Ricoh GR Digital II with the lens protruding
  • GR Digital
    • Announced in September 2005
    • Lens: 28 mm[n 1] f/2.4
    • Sensor size: 1/1.8"
  • GR Digital II[1]
    • Announced in October 2007
    • Lens: 28 mm[n 1] f/2.4
    • Sensor size: 1/1.75"
  • GR Digital III[2]
    • Announced in July 2009
    • Lens: 28 mm[n 1] f/1.9
    • Sensor size: 1/1.7"
  • GR Digital IV[3]
    • Announced in September 2011
    • Lens: 28 mm[n 1] f/1.9
    • Sensor size: 1/1.7"
    • The last "GR Digital" model; subsequent models would simply be called "GR"
  • GR
    • Announced in April 2013
    • Lens: 28 mm[n 1] f/2.8
    • Sensor size: APS-C
  • GR II[4]
    • Announced in June 2015
    • Lens: 28 mm[n 1] f/2.8
    • Sensor size: APS-C
  • GR III[5]
    • Announced in September 2018
    • Lens: 28 mm[n 1] f/2.8
    • Sensor size: APS-C

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Equivalent angle of view (AOV) in 35 mm full frame format.

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