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Ricoh GR Digital III, SLR-style features 
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Ricoh GR Digital III, SLR-style features

An uncompromising, upmarket camera that’s capable of superb results, but too expensive for the mainstream
Ricoh's GXR works better as a concept camera and price is far too high to justify unusal design 
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Ricoh's GXR works better as a concept camera and price is far too high to justify unusal design

It’s an original concept but one that doesn’t really solve any problems, while the price is only a little short of absurd
Ricoh Caplio R7  
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Ricoh Caplio R7

Megapixels are a plenty, but the real selling point here is that impressive lens. It’s just a shame that some noise issues cloud matters
Ricoh Aficio GX 3000 
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Ricoh Aficio GX 3000

An interesting new technology, but cheap running costs are let down by poor quality.
Ricoh Caplio R1 
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Ricoh Caplio R1

Ricoh's Caplio R1 is unfortunately the underperformer of the lot in this Labs, with final scores below the 100 average. While the scores below may make it seem like it's a very poor camera, the reality is that the scores highlight the deviations and differences in the products compared.
Ricoh MP5316DA 
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Ricoh MP5316DA

Second most expensive, Ricoh’s MP5316DA burner really has something to crow about, packing all the major DVD standards in DVD+/-RW support as well as dual layer functionality.
RICOH MP5240A 
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RICOH MP5240A

Even with falling hardware prices, the expense and yet to be finalised format war rages on with DVD writing technology deterring many a consumer. DVD+R/RW appear to be making headway gradually with both format flexibility and hardware integration into next generation platforms.
Ricoh Caplio G3 
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Ricoh Caplio G3

The Caplio G3 is a 3.24-megapixel compact digital camera featuring a maximum optical resolution of 2,048 x 1,536, 3x zoom and auto and manual focus. It records images to 8MB of internal memory, SD or MMC media. It is capable of audio and video capture, video-out, and it can connect to a computer via USB.
Ricoh Caplio 300G 
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Ricoh Caplio 300G

Aimed at the outdoor snapper who wants good quality digital images, the Caplio 300G is a straightforward 3-megapixel compact camera, with a few useful extras built in.
Ricoh MP5125A-DP 
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Ricoh MP5125A-DP

The Ricoh MP5125A-DP drive is actually used by the other DVD+RW supporters, although they rebrand them as their own. AOpen and HP have both taken this route, and use the Ricoh as their base.
RICOH MP5120A 
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RICOH MP5120A

The Ricoh MP5120 justifies the many years of press releases and delays that led to critics forming a prematurely negative impression of the emerging DVD+RW writing standard.
Ricoh RDC-7 
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Ricoh RDC-7

If there is one camera that truly possessed a funky design, then the Ricoh RDC-7 is it. The camera is flat, in much the same vein as the late seventies style cameras, or what you might expect in a funky seventies Cold War spy flick.
Ricoh MP7125A 
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Ricoh MP7125A

While BURN-Proof technology has recently become very popular, it is not the only method for preventing buffer underruns. Ricoh has developed its own method, called Just Link.

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