Ricoh GR Digital

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Ricoh GR Digital
Ricoh GR with hood.jpg
Type Point-and-shoot
Lens 28 mm (in 35 mm full frame equivalent) f/2.4
Sensor 1/1.8" CCD (8.1 Megapixels)
Maximum resolution 3264 × 2448
ASA/ISO range 64, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 (not available in RAW mode)
Storage SD card, 26 MB internal memory
Exposure metering 256 multi-point, Spot, Center-weighted
Shutter speed range 180–1/2000 s
Viewfinder External via hotshoe
Rear LCD monitor 2.5" TFT LCD, 210,000 pixels
Battery 1 rechargeable D-60 battery or 2 AAA batteries
Dimensions 107 mm × 25 mm × 58 mm (4.21 in × 0.98 in × 2.28 in)
Weight 200 g (7.1 oz) (with batteries and strap)

The Ricoh GR Digital is a compact digital camera made by Ricoh[1] since 2005.[2]

First announced at photokina 2004, it went on sale in Japan on 21 October 2005. The GR Digital is Ricoh's digital successor to their 35 mm GR series film cameras and the first in a series of Ricoh GR digital cameras.

Unlike most similar cameras, it lacks a zoom lens, instead having a fixed focal length of 5.9 mm (or 28 mm, in 35 mm full frame equivalent).

1st Anniversary Limited Edition

The GR 1st Anniversary Limited Edition of 2006 has a body covered with a blue sky and clouds, and drawings of angels, by Katsuya Terada. Production was limited to 1000 cameras worldwide. It is functionality identical to the standard GR D except for the startup/shutdown screens.[3]

See also


  1. ^ "GR DIGITAL". Ricoh. Accessed 5 October 2017
  2. ^ Simon Joinson, "Ricoh GR-Digital Review" Digital Photography Review, 21 August 2006. Accessed 15 June 2017
  3. ^ (in Japanese) Ricoh

External links

  • Official website
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