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Ricoh CX6 Expert Reviews

techradar.com
Reviewed on 2012-05-14
Excellent image quality, Easy to navigate menus, Variety of filters and shooting modesPoorly placed buttons, Hard to use dials, Grey fringing on one shot
The Ricoh CX6 is an updated version of its still available predecessor, the Ricoh CX5 . It adds aperture/shutter priority, continuous AF shooting modes, plus faster start-up and shorter shot-to-shot times. Buying Guide Best compact camera 2012: 27 reviewe...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2012-05-14
Excellent image quality, Easy to navigate menus, Variety of filters and shooting modesPoorly placed buttons, Hard to use dials, Grey fringing on one shot
The Ricoh CX6 is an updated version of its still available predecessor, the Ricoh CX5. It adds aperture/shutter priority, continuous AF shooting modes, plus faster start-up and shorter shot-to-shot times.Aimed at those looking for a high quality compact c...
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amateurphotographer.co.uk
Reviewed on 2012-03-17
Previous models in the series are limited to automatic exposure, but the CX6 offers shutter priority for speeds from 8-1/2000sec, or aperture priority for one of two settings: ‘open’ or ‘minimum’. Combined with a host of sophisticated controls and shootin...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2012-03-13
1.23m-dot LCD screen, Hybrid AF system, Addition of shutter and aperture priority, UsabilityLack of Raw capture, Slightly bulky, Softening towards frame edges
As with most advanced compacts currently on the market, the Ricoh CX6 isn't the smallest compact camera. That being said, the body is certainly small enough to fit in to a trouser pocket and the bulk is warranted, owing to the specification the CX6 delive...
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whatdigitalcamera.com
Reviewed on 2012-03-13
LCD screen, decent focal range, good design, general handlingLack of Raw capture, several image quality issues
The CX series of Ricoh cameras is now in its sixth iteration, with updates to the series arriving with a defined regularity. The CX6 arrives with the characteristic level of upgrades on the previous version - more evolution than revolution - but it sti...
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itreviews.com
Reviewed on 2012-01-26
Speed of operation – from power on to shooting, in about one second,That tiny toggle button makes menus harder to navigate.
Review date: 26 January, 2012. Review by: Rob Beattie Previous versions of the CX made a name for themselves as solid, compact point-and-shoot cameras with just enough extra photographic oomph to attract the more serious travelling snapper – with a ju...
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photographyblog.com
Reviewed on 2012-01-17
The CX6 is the latest travel-zoom camera from Ricoh based around a 10.7x 28-300mm lens. New features for the 2012 model include an even faster hybrid auto-focus system, aperture and shutter priority modes, higher-resolution LCD screen and a 3fps burst...
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ephotozine.com
Reviewed on 2011-12-19
Minimum focus distance, 5 fps high-speed shooting, Good build quality, Quick focusing speed, Good colour reproduction, Good noise performance up to ISO1600, Ricoh CX6Purple fringing visible on occasion, No grip on front of camera as found on CX5, Noise when using zoom during video recording
Ricoh CX6 Lens ExtendedRicoh released their first CX camera back in February 2009 and have released regular updates since. The latest version, the CX6, was announced in November 2011 with...
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