Ricoh GX200

Jump to: navigation, search

The Ricoh GX200 was introduced by Ricoh in 2008, as an evolution of the prize-winning Ricoh Caplio GX100.


  • 12 megapixel sensor. 1/1.7″ primary-color CCD (total pixels: approx. 12.4 million)
  • 3x zoom, equivalent to 24–72mm on 24×36mm
  • Lens construction: 11 elements in 7 groups
  • Maximum aperture: f/2.5 (wide) to f/4.4 (telephoto)
  • Image stabilizer
  • Scene exposure modes, and an aperture priority mode
  • Shutter speed: 180, 120, 60, 30, 15, 8, 4, 2, 1–1/2000 seconds
  • Dimensions: 111.6mm (W) × 58.0mm (H) × 25.0mm (D), excluding projecting parts
  • Weight: approx. 208g (excluding battery, SD memory card, and strap); about 30g more for the battery and strap

It also can be powered by standard AAA batteries, and save pictures in Adobe DNG raw format.


In English:

In Spanish:

In French: