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Ricoh GR

Announced just after the Nikon Coolpix A, the latest digital Ricoh GR has dropped the now superflous "Digital" from its name, increased the sensor to an APS-C sized imager, and returned to a fixed 28mm/F2.8 lens rather than the modular components of the GXR system. What that leaves is simply the Ricoh GR and its simplicity. The camera line dates back to the original 35mm film Ricoh GR and since going digital, has provided a fairly consistent interface. The most exciting element of the GR is its unique "snap focus" mode which, despite the lack of a manual focusing ring, lets you quickly focus to a specific a specific distance making it excellent for street photography.