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Read our detailed analysis of the Ricoh CX1 Compact camera, find out its strengths and weaknesses, and how it compares with the other cameras in its class. Ricoh CX1 weighs g ( lb / oz) and has external dimensions of x 58 x 28 mm ( x x ″). Considering that the average weight of. Find great deals for Ricoh CX1 MP Digital Camera - Black. Shop with confidence on eBay!
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Ricoh CX1 Camera Driver
- Ricoh CX1 Review and Specs
- Ricoh CX1 review: Ricoh CX1 - CNET
We'll let you be the judge of this one. Features As for the rest of the specifications, Ricoh has definitely upped the ante here, including various functions and features that make the CX1 a very appealing Ricoh CX1 Camera.
For starters, the most unique aspect to this camera is the dynamic range mode. It's designed to help overcome blown out highlights and loss of detail that's common on Ricoh CX1 Camera that come from compact cameras.
On the CX1 it's an interesting process that involves the camera taking two shots and merging them both together in-camera to preserve the Ricoh CX1 Camera detail and dynamic range in the resulting image. The utilitarian rear of the CX1. At least it gets the job done.
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The Ricoh CX1 only has 10 external controls in total, leaving Ricoh CX1 Camera of Ricoh CX1 Camera for the large 3 inch LCD screen that dominates the back of the camera. The CX1's screen Ricoh CX1 Camera double the resolution of the R10's on paper, up from K dots to K, and it certainly shows, being noticeably sharper and brighter. Both text and images really come alive on a simply breath-taking display that's the best of any camera that we've ever reviewed, including those with K dot screens.
There's a DSLR-like mode dial on top of the camera which lets you select from the Camera, DR, Continuous, Easy, Scene and Movie options, plus two settings called MY1 and MY2 which allow you to configure the CX1 for different uses and provides quick access to each configuration the camera remembers the settings when it's turned off.
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The Easy shooting mode is aimed at beginners. Note that the camera also returns to its default Ricoh CX1 Camera in Easy Mode. It's especially useful for the less experienced photographers in your family, or for asking other people to take photos of you when you're on vacation. When the Ricoh CX1 is in DR mode it takes two images with different exposures, and then records a single image that combines the properly exposed parts of each one.
You can also choose to take a DR and Normal image at the same time both are Ricoh CX1 Camera to the memory card. In practice this new mode works really well, resulting in images that have noticeably more dynamic range that those shot in the Normal mode, and far surpassing most other Ricoh CX1 Camera cameras.
If you want to shoot images that Ricoh CX1 Camera detail in both the highlight and shadow areas, then the Ricoh CX1 is a great choice. There is a side-by side comparison of the Normal and four different DR modes, with links to the original full size images and histograms. There is one main drawback though; the DR images have noticeably less saturated colours than the Normal version, which more accurately matches the scene, making the CX1 less successful than the Fujifilm FinePix FEXR that we recently reviewed.
The CX1 takes 7 consecutive images at different focal distances and allows you to choose Ricoh CX1 Camera best one. It's quite useful for macro work when it's tricky to judge the exact focus point, although the combination of the CX1's high-res screen and manual focus mode already makes this much easier than on most other compact cameras.
You can potentially also use the Multi-target Auto Focusing mode to shoot the 7 images, then combine them together in Photoshop or a Ricoh CX1 Camera application to create a single image with wider focus than a single image allows. In practice, however, the CX1 tends Ricoh CX1 Camera always focus on a particular part of the scene and doesn't differentiate enough between the 7 shots to really make this technique effective.
Multi-pattern auto white balance is a new setting that is useful for scenes with mixed lighting - daylight and flash, or fluorescent and daylight, for example.
Instead of just taking an average reading Ricoh CX1 Camera the whole scene, which inevitably gets the white balance wrong Ricoh CX1 Camera the secondary light source, the CX1 breaks the image down into small areas and analyzes and sets the white balance for each one. In practice it produces a subtle but noticeable effect that is particularly useful for capturing more natural portraits when using flash.
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By default the Adjust button, or more accurately the Adjust four-way joystick, allows you to quickly adjust 5 different settings that are commonly used. Even better, the Adj. The Adjust button also doubles up as the OK button to select options and it sets the Macro and Flash options by pressing left and right - there's another Ricoh CX1 Camera underneath to access the Main menu system.
Ricoh have also included a customisable Function Fn button, which can be optionally used to control one of 7 settings - AE Lock is a good choice. The Ricoh CX1 Camera is square and sharp and seems to be a cross between vintage and Swedish furniture. Buttons and dials are small with the command dial sat next to the shutter release on top and Ricoh CX1 Camera adjustment menu placed on the back next to the thumb pad for quicker operation.
All the other buttons are simplified but closer inspection indicates that I'm just scratching the surface. As well as a scene option and two custom options on the top command dial, the Adjustment menu gives quick access to exposure compensation, white balance, sensitivity, quality and the target tracker Ricoh CX1 Camera selective focus and metering.
There's also a main menu button for entering into more core features which could be a bit too much for Ricoh CX1 Camera users.