The second part of my travels in Myanmar captured on the trusty little Ricoh GR
Sometimes it pays to concentrate. Instead of trying to cram in a full tour of Nepal, Jean decided to spend two weeks in one location, the Kathmandu Valley. It's more productive and less stressful than spending days on the road.
Is it sacrilege to say that wider-angle lenses offer more all-round versatility than the legendary "nifty fifty"? Do you now pick up a wide-angle lens as a matter of course?
According to photorumors.com, the new Ricoh GRII looks identical to the old model apart from a slight change to the hotshoe. No...
Eric Kim looks at the new GRIII but still loves the GRII
The new Ricoh GR III is selling well, according to camera dealers we've spoken to. It brings a fresh approach while retaining the appearance and fearures that have made this discreet camera something of a cult among discerning photographers.
Two fixed-lens APS-C cameras, one from Germany, one from Japan. Both have an enviable reputation as travel companions.
The Ricoh GR is a brilliant little camera. Specialised, of course, with its fixed 28mm lens, just like Leica's new Q, and a large APS-C sensor in a pocket-ready body. So what of the GR II?
Jean follows his summer photographic excursion to Vallouise with a winter view — something entirely different.
When two old faithful parrots from Leica and Ricoh fall off their perches, what can you do? Dead, they were. But within a week they were resurrected for no known reason.