Tuesday, June 18, 2019

With the Ricoh GR to Laos — Part One

Foloowing his trilogy on Myanmar, Jean takes his little Ricoh GR to Laos.

APS-C Fixed Lens Duo: Ricoh GR v Leica X2

Two fixed-lens APS-C cameras, one from Germany, one from Japan. Both have an enviable reputation as travel companions.

The 50mm focal length is garbage, OK? Wide talk ruffles a few traditionalist feathers

Is the 50mm focal-length prime now a relic, even garbage? We look at Chris Gampat's love of the wide, wide world

Six cameras easy to carry anywhere

Fixed lens cameras make great travel companions. But which are the best you can go for?

Sri Lanka begins my six-year love affair with the Ricoh GR

My Ricoh GR had its first outing in Sri Lanka over five years ago. At the time I did not expect it to be my constant companion for my subsequent travels through Asia.

Ricoh GRIII reviewed and 10 reasons to keep the GRII

Eric Kim looks at the new GRIII but still loves the GRII

Myanmar Part IV: The road to Mandalay

Part Four of our series of Ricoh GR photographs in Myanmar. On the road to Mandalay.....

Myanmar III: From Inle to Bagan

Jean continues his adventures in Myanmar with his favourite Ricoh GR camera. Part Three in the series unfolds.....

Ricoh GR and the Leica X1/2

The Leica X1/X2 are now popular "vintage" Leica digitals. But they have a lot in common with the Ricoh GR, the smallest APS-C shooter on the market.

Ricoh GR III Announced: 24MP, IBIS, new 28mm f/2.8 lens

In the first major upgrade to the successful GR, Ricoh adds in-body stabilisation, a bigger sensor and a reworked lens