Minimalist and straightforward, Ricoh's GR series has earned a cult-like following. The GR III is the latest installment. It ups the resolution of the APS-C sensor from 16 to 24 megapixels while adding sensor-shift image stabilization and a new hybrid AF system that promises faster focus and improved low-light capability. The 28mm equivalent f/2.8 lens has been redesigned, the I/O upgraded to USB-C, and the rear 3.0-inch LCD is now a touchscreen, letting you tap to focus. Despite all the upgrades, the camera is actually a hair smaller than its predecessors — but while it may be pocket-sized, its specs, controls, and price put it firmly in the domain of seasoned shutterbugs.