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Ricoh GR Digital III

Ricoh GR Digital III

Want dSLR-level control and results from a pocketable camera? Check out the new Ricoh GR Digital III (£529.99; roughly $875). The third-generation of Ricoh's heavily-praised GR Digital boasts a newly-developed, f1.9 large-aperture 28mm lens, 10 megapixels, sensitivity up to ISO 1600, the new GR Engine III image processor, a 3-inch VGA LCD monitor, a rear adjustment dial, a refined macro mode, and more.

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