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Ricoh Theta SC offers a middle ground for 360-degree cameras

Ricoh Theta SC offers a middle ground for 360-degree cameras

Ricoh is no stranger to camras that capture the world around them in full 360-degrees. Just last year it launched the Ricoh Theta S, one of the most capable 360-degree camera we’ve tested. And before that, it has the Theta m15 which made your wallet sing. But as virtual reality takes greater hold, so too the need for more 360 content. And so rises the demand for 360-degree cameras that offer bang for buck quality. Ricoh’s solution? The new Theta SC, which offers the same standard features as the Theta S but the wallet mercy of the m15.

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PENTAX K-70 DSLR can weather the elements better than you

PENTAX K-70 DSLR can weather the elements better than you

People today are more than ever more conscious of taking photos to capture fleeting moments into memories. Smartphones are, understandably, the immediate recourse but they aren't necessarily the best. There will always be room for more sophisticated DSLR camera, except for one problem. Not all of them can be taken wherever you go. Ricoh's latest PENTAX K-70, however, was designed specifically to address that problem. Combining a rugged design with features found only in high-end PENTAX models, the PENTAX K-70 was made to take photos and record videos even in conditions you yourself might not survive.

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Ricoh Theta S Review: the true VR camera trailblazer

Ricoh Theta S Review: the true VR camera trailblazer

In a few years from now, cameras like the Ricoh Theta S will be standard. Maybe not even a few years. Maybe this year. Samsung just released their VR camera, the [Gear 360], and LG just released a VR camera called [LG 360 CAM] as well. LG's camera is, shall we say, very INSPIRED by Ricoh's design. But the Ricoh Theta was first. By a mile. By several years and a whole new iteration, in fact.

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PENTAX K-3 II Silver Edition is latest commemorative camera

PENTAX K-3 II Silver Edition is latest commemorative camera

Ricoh has taken the wraps off another silver commemorative camera, this one being the Pentax K-3 II Silver Edition. The model is offered to commemorate the company’s 80th anniversary, and brings with it a magnesium-alloy camera body with the same silver finish as the Ricoh GR II announced in recent days. Ricoh plans to launch the camera later on this spring season.

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Ricoh WG-M2 rugged action camera temps the elements

Ricoh WG-M2 rugged action camera temps the elements

Ricoh has yet another camera announcement this month, this time for the rugged WG-M2 action camera. Though small, this camera packs several notable features including 4K Ultra HD video recording and an ultra-wide-angle lens. Despite the improvements, the camera is 40-percent lighter and smaller than the previous WG models, says Ricoh.

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Pentax K-1 DSLR brings full-frame sensor, a dozen lenses

Pentax K-1 DSLR brings full-frame sensor, a dozen lenses

As anticipated, Ricoh has announced its new full-frame and highly anticipated K-1 DSLR. The camera, which will be shipping in April, features a 36.4-megapixel full-frame AA-filterless CMOS sensor alongside a weather-sealed body and advanced features. Ricoh says the new Pentax model “is unique in the industry” and suitable for a variety of challenging shooting conditions. The camera body will launch alongside a dozen full-frame lenses.

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Ricoh GR II Silver Edition to launch in limited quantities soon

Ricoh GR II Silver Edition to launch in limited quantities soon

Ricoh is commemorating its 80th anniversary with the launch of a Ricoh GR II Silver Edition. This camera model is, of course, silver in color, and it will be produced in limited quantities for global distribution. The GR II, which was launched last summer, will be the same as the regular model otherwise, including the same very svelte form factor coupled with the same high-end features and image quality.

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The next great smartphone isn’t a phone at all

The next great smartphone isn’t a phone at all

When Apple created the world's most popular smartphone, they made it basic. It took what the personal computer was and took out all the work. Android opened the doors to a much more complex system, allowing both simple and complicated phones to be made. Google expanded beyond smartphones to all manner of devices, large and small, content creator to content consumer. The next game-changer is both. Two devices. One experience. Just like the simultaneous rise of the video camera and the movie screens on which their content was shown.

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Ricoh Theta S camera captures 360-degree scenes

Ricoh Theta S camera captures 360-degree scenes

Ricoh has unveiled its newest Theta camera, the Theta S. This camera is styled similarly to the maker’s other Theta cameras, and is able to record 360-degree content. The camera maker introduced the new model at IFA 2015 in Berlin today, and offers what Ricoh says is “extra-high resolution”, live previews of content, completely spherical content, and more. In addition, Ricoh says this camera has increased compatibility with social networks.

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RICOH GR II comes with Wi-Fi, NFC, web browser interface

RICOH GR II comes with Wi-Fi, NFC, web browser interface

Ricoh has just unveiled a new premium compact digital camera that it is touting to have DSLR qualities. But aside from that, the company is also advertising how the GR II makes sharing photos easier, thanks to its new built-in Wi-Fi and NFC capabilities, which have become pretty standard among high-end digital shooters by now. What makes this combination slightly more interesting is the new GR Remote, a new application that lets owners tweak the camera's settings not just from their smartphone but from any web browser.

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Pentax K-3 II camera brings GPS, rugged design, and more

Pentax K-3 II camera brings GPS, rugged design, and more

Ricoh has introduced an update to the Pentax K-3, and most aptly it is called the Pentax K-3 II. There are some improvements that come along with it, including the addition of GPS to complement its rugged design. The shake-reduction technology has been improved, there’s integrated Astrotracer, and high-speed auto-focus, among other things. The camera won’t be launching until some time next month (a specific date wasn’t provided), and it’ll be priced at $1,099.95 USD when it does.

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Details of Pentax K-3 II leak out ahead of April 23 debut

Details of Pentax K-3 II leak out ahead of April 23 debut

The first Pentax K-3 was made public in 2013, so it's not an understatement to say that a second generation is long overdue. Indeed, if the tips are accurate, the Pentax K-3 II might be unveiled as soon as tomorrow. But if you've actually been holding out for this DSLR, it might be time to stop holding your breath just for a bit. Based on these unofficial specs, the K-3 II could turn out to be a mixed bag, bearing some improvements over its predecessor, but not by much.

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