Ricoh RDC-2

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The Ricoh RDC-2 is a early digital camera introduced by Ricoh in 1996. In Japan it was sold as the Ricoh DC-2. It is a follow up the the previous RDC-1.

The camera was an OEM model and therefore sold under other brands like the Polaroid PDC-800 or the Philips ESP-2. Various bundles were available. It was sold without a LCD screen. The RDC-2L included a DM-2 LCD monitor. RDC-2V had a external modem and the RDC-2S had a card based modem. A simplified version without flash was also sold as the RDC-2E.


  • CCD: 1/4" 410,000pixel CCD with complementary color checkers, Progressive
  • Lens: f3.7/5.6mm(Bi-focal) (35/55mm on 35mm format)
  • Focus: Auto (TTL CCD AF)
  • Shutter: Mechanical, 1/8-1/1000 sec.
  • Macro: 1cm
  • ISO sensitivity: Approx.100
  • Display: 1.8" TFT LCD (Detachable)
  • Dimensions: 143 x 27 x 76mm/5.6 x 1.1 x 3.0in.
  • Weight: 285g (10.1oz)


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