Myanmar Part IV: The road to Mandalay

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

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.

Fuji XF10 mirrors the old-faithful Ricoh GR

Could the new Fuji XF10 be the Ricoh GR replacement we’ve been waiting for? Whatever, it is certain to see more TLC from Fuji than Ricoh has given to the GR.

Fuji X70 v Ricoh GR: Which is the best large-sensor pocket camera?

Which is the best large-sensor pocket camera on the market? Mike takes another look at the usual suspects....

Travels with the Ricoh GR: Myanmar Part 2, Inle Lake

The second part of my travels in Myanmar captured on the trusty little Ricoh GR

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

Ricoh GR: A camera that has become a cult object

For Mike, the Ricoh is a little camera he throws in the bag without thinking. Whatever equipment he chooses, the Ricoh is there as well. Just what is it that has turned this unpretentious little camera into a cult object?

Myanmar III: From Inle to Bagan

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

Reprieve for Ricoh’s much neglected GR

Anyone could have been forgiven for believing that Ricoh's gem of a GR was languishing on death row. It has had scant TLC in recent years. Now, however, there is a whiff of optimism and some evidence that developments are underway.....

Ricoh GR: Just why is the new GRII only £20 more expensive than the...

Never before have we seen a superseded model selling for within 0.5% of its successor. What does this mean for the Ricoh GR and the GR II? Bill finds out.