Ricoh CX1 Review

March 23, 2009 | Mark Goldstein |

Ricoh CX1 Review Roundup

Reviews of the Ricoh CX1 from around the web. »

For 2009, Ricoh has upgraded the R10 from last year with the all new CX1. Sharing many of the same features, the CX1 has been updated with a 9-megapixel CMOS image sensor, Dynamic Range Double Shot mode, increased burst speeds, a new 3.0-inch LCD with 920,000 dots, and it now offers ~88MB of internal memory. Features that have been carried over include a 7.1x wide angle optical zoom lens (28mm-200mm), sensor-shift image stabilization, electronic leveling meter, VGA sized movie mode (640x480) at 30fps, USB 2.0 connectivity, 80 - 1600 ISO range, DB-70 Li-ion battery pack, etc.
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The Ricoh CX1 follows a recent trend, albeit a low-key one, for high-speed shooting to feature in compact cameras. It’s less common to see this joined by a high-resolution LCD screen, a solidly-built body and a claimed dynamic range of 12EV stops, yet somehow Ricoh’s CX1 seems to pull all this off and more - the What Digital Camera Ricoh CX1 review investigates...
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