The XR-X (or in some markets, XR-M) is an SLR for 35mm film introduced by Ricoh in 1987. It offers the multiple program exposure modes of the earlier XR-P, but adds motorized film handling, and a control interface using pushbuttons and a top LCD display rather than a traditional shutter-speed dial. The dramatically altered design even carries over to Ricoh's new outline logo, restyled in late 1986.
- Ricoh XR-X/XR-M manual from Mike Butkus' OrphanCameras.com
- A user review from Toomas Tamm's Photography Pages
|As Ricoh XR-M|
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