Ricoh WG-20 Review

November 21, 2014 | Matt Grayson | Rating star Rating star Rating star Half rating star


Since Ricoh acquired Pentax from Hoya, they're releasing cameras under the Ricoh name that bear an uncanny resemblance to Pentax compact cameras. One such unit is the WG-20; a 14 megapixel tough camera with 10m waterproofing, 1.5m shockproofing and can withstand crushing pressure of up to 100kg. Coupling that with the 5x optical zoom, 1cm super macro and attachable filter bezel, could this be the uncompromising outdoor camera that Ricoh say it is? We find out in this full test. The Ricoh WG-20 costs around £150 and is available in red, black and silver.

Ease of Use

Since Ricoh took over the digital imaging side of Pentax products, the digital compact cameras bearing the Pentax brand name appear to have ended and now are made under Ricoh. The WG-4 variations and now the WG-20 are the first models to appear. What previously would have been part of the Pentax Optio WG series, the Ricoh WG-20 is a fully protected camera which features waterproofing to 10m depth, can be dropped from a height of 1.5m, resists temperatures as low as -10ºC and a new resistance is crushproofing to 100kg. This latter claim is difficult to compare as we can't think of another camera that specifies how crushproof it is.

It could be that all cameras have this type of resistance, we just don't know it. Still, it's good to know. Tough cameras always have waterproofing as it's arguably the most used of them all. The 10m waterproofing of the WG-20 works out at just under 33ft. It's not the best available but if you want to go deeper in the water, you have to go deeper in your pocket first. This rings true with the other protection levels as well such as the 1.5m drop tolerance which isn'tr as robust as other cameras on the market. Still, 1.5m is around waist height so will cover most accidents and children getting their hands on it.

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Front of the Ricoh WG-20

To further protect the camera and its insides, any doors on the WG-20 come with a locking switch that needs to be moved before the door will open. Both doors (covering the battery/memory card slot and USB port) have rubber rings around the edges to keep moisture and dust out of the fragile inner workings of the camera.

The design hasn't changed much from the previous WG models that were Pentax branded. The WG-20 is a lesser specification than the WG-4 which we reviewed in June 2014. The WG-20 has a slightly lower 14 megapixel sensor and while offering HD video, it doesn't offer FullHD.

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Rear of the Ricoh WG-20

The WG-20 does have image stabilisers, but they're the digital Pixel Track SR (Shake Reduction) which aren't as precise as mechanical varieties such as the Sensor Shift type on the more expensive WG-4.

That's not to say that the WG-20 isn't as good at taking pictures. These drops in spec are essentially to offer a more cost effective camera to users who want the extreme resistance without the price tag.

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Side of the Ricoh WG-20

Thanks to the recent amalgamation, anyone used to using Pentax digital compact cameras will feel right at home with the Ricoh. Instead of doing away with Pentax completely, they've really only changed the name on the front and kept everything else the same. From the layout of buttons to the menu systems, Ricoh haven't changed a thing.

The menu system of the WG-20 only has two tabs for Shooting options and Settings. There are several pages to each tab, but it's interesting to see that there's no Playback menu available when reviewing your pictures. You can press the Mode button and bring up a screen that displays various things you can do while in Playback such as create a slide-show, add some interesting additions to each picture or edit some film footage.

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The Ricoh WG-20 In-hand

Pressing the same button in shooting mode will bring up different modes to take pictures in from fully automatic to close up, underwater modes and other modes typically found on cameras of the past, such as sports, low light and pet modes.

Start up time from the powered off position to focusing and taking a photo is around 2.3sec which is a little slow by today's standards of around 1.8sec. There are two continuous modes. Well, one is a continuous mode and will take steady images at around 0.6 fps (frames per second). The other is a burst mode and will take a rapid succession of images. In fact it rattles off 19 pictures in a ten second period equating to an average of 1.9fps. That's a lot nicer to think about, but it comes at a price. Namely the resolution dropping to a modest 5 megapixel. Put yourself in a situation; you're watching a motor race and you take a rapid succession of images as a car whirrs past, you then have to wait a further 15 seconds before the camera has finished processing the photographs onto the memory card so you can shoot again. 15 seconds is nothing right? In fast paced sports, it's a life time and a lot of other things can happen while the camera is essentially inoperable.

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Shooting Modes

On many digital compact cameras, playback can be operated via the Playback button whether the camera is on or off. However, on the WG-20 this can't be done when the camera is powered down. We're in two minds as to whether it's a big deal or not. You see, the only real reason why you'd want to have the rest of the camera off is to stop the lens sticking out, but then the lens doesn't come out of the WG-20 so as to ensure it's waterproofing. So given that nothing physically moves, then most of the operations would use the same amount of power. Is it a problem that you have to power the camera on first? Not really, it just goes against habits that have been around for over a decade and old habits die hard. 

Upon opening the box, you'll find a selection of paperwork including a Quick Start guide, warranty information and cleaning guide for removing dust and salt water which – in time – can erode the rubber seals. Underneath the inner lid, the camera comes with a rechargeable lithium ion battery, USB lead, wrist strap and charger with separate lead. Those of you thinking of taking the camera out on your travels might consider this a game changer as it means the charging unit will take up precious space. There's a small black plastic ring in the box which looks like a filter adapter, but is in fact a macro stand. The idea is that you enable the macro ring LED lights in the Main menu and attach the adapter. You can then rest the camera on whatever surface and it keeps the lens 1cm away from it's subject while the LEDs light up the closed area which would otherwise be black.  The CD which is also enclosed comes with Arcsoft MediaImpression 3.6.1 LE for Windows and version 2.2 LE for Mac. Presumably LE stands for Lite Edition, so will be a clipped version of a more powerful program that is available to buy.

Image Quality

All of the sample images in this review were taken using the 14 megapixel JPEG setting, which gives an average image size of around 5Mb.


Sometimes it just goes to show that any pre-judgements you have about a camera can be thwarted with the results of a few test pictures. You see, the WG-20 is a budget version of the waterproof tough series from Ricoh and generally when a camera finds itself in this scenario, it falls at the image quality test.

However, the low ISO image results from the WG-20 are very good, if not excellent. Images are super sharp, finely detailed and have no noise showing through whatsoever. The lowest setting is ISO 80 so pushing the setting to ISO 100 isn't going to make any difference with it only being around a third of a stop difference in exposure. The test image confirms our suspicions as well, with identical results. This is great news as it will allow you to select a slightly faster ISO for that low light shot without the need for stabilisation, such as a tripod. In fact, ISO 200 has such a minuscule drop in image quality that you have to be really going over the image with a fine tooth comb to see it.

ISO 400 sees the biggest drop in quality with a loss of detail in the darker area of the bellows on the vintage camera. Edges are still satisfactorily sharp though. From this point, the quality sees a sharp decline with the camera really not coping well with high ISO. The noise reduction software seems to be weak as it can't cope well with the interference of noise at all. It begins to knock down colour at ISO 800 to try and sedate the colour noise invading the images but it can still be seen happening.

ISO 1600 sees a large drop in bright colour. Noise strikes with a pincer movement of colour noise in the darker areas and salt & pepper noise in the mid tones destroying edge detail. At ISO 3200, Ricoh have programmed the camera to drop its resolution to 5 megapixels in order to try and stem the noise that's invading the image. With that, ISO 3200 looks like a lower resolution version of ISO 1600. By ISO 6400, green noise has invaded most area and all but high contrast detail is lost.

ISO 80 (100% Crop)

ISO 100 (100% Crop)

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ISO 200 (100% Crop)

ISO 400 (100% Crop)

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ISO 800 (100% Crop)

ISO 1600 (100% Crop)

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ISO 3200 (100% Crop)

ISO 6400 (100% Crop)

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Focal Range

The camera’s 5x internally-zoomed lens boasts a focal length range of 28-140mm when converted into a 35mm camera format.



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Pictures on the WG-20 do seem sharp, but put them into an editing suite, such as Adobe Photoshop and they definitely benefit from adding even some standard sharpening.

Original (100% Crop)

Sharpened (100% Crop)

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Original (100% Crop)

Sharpened (100% Crop)

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Chromatic Aberrations

We had some real trouble finding chromatic aberration, which is great as it signifies a good lens. In all honesty, we expected more than what we got because of the price point and that the lens has a piece of glass over the front of it and no-one seems to know if this glass is any good or not. Or whether its close proximity to the lens will affect it at all. We thought maybe not. But that doesn't matter, because the reality of chroma is so slight and only appears at really high contrast edges right at the edge of the frame.

Chromatic Aberrations 1 (100% Crop)

Chromatic Aberrations 2 (100% Crop)

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There are two macro functions; Macro and Supermacro. In macro you can get to around 5cm while the Supermacro gets to 1cm but the zoom is limited to 1.8x.


Macro (100% Crop)

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SuperMacro (100% Crop)

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When displayed on the back of the camera, the pictures don't appear to suffer from any vignetting when the flash is off, but view them on a computer and it's a lot more noticeable. It disappears as the zoom is used and isn't present at full 5x optical zoom. Using the flash makes the vignetting worse at wide-angle and is also seen slightly at full zoom.

Flash Off - Wide Angle (28mm)

Flash On - Wide Angle (28mm)

ISO 64 ISO 64

Flash Off - Telephoto (140mm)

Flash On - Telephoto (140mm)

ISO 64 ISO 64

And here are some portrait shots. As you can see, both the Flash On or the Red-eye-Reduction settings caused a tiny amount of red-eye.

Flash On

Flash On (100% Crop)
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Red-eye Reduction

Red-eye Reduction (100% Crop)

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If you like night shots, you can select the Night scene mode in the Mode menu of the camera. This mode will allow the camera to take longer shutter speeds to allow more light to pass. So if you shoot at ISO 80 in Program, the images will likely come out darker.

Night Scene

Night Scene (100% Crop)

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Night ISO Auto

Night ISO Auto (100% Crop)

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Night ISO100

Night ISO100 (100% Crop)

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Sample Images

This is a selection of sample images from the Ricoh WG-20 camera, which were all taken using the 14 megapixel JPEG setting. The thumbnails below link to the full-sized versions, which have not been altered in any way.

Sample Movie & Video

This is a sample movie at the highest quality setting of 1280x720 pixels at 30 frames per second. Please note that this 38 second movie is 116Mb in size.

Product Images

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Front of the Ricoh WG-20

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Rear of the Ricoh WG-20

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Rear of the Ricoh WG-20 / Image Displayed

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Rear of the Ricoh WG-20 / Turned On

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Rear of the Ricoh WG-20 / Shooting Modes

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Rear of the Ricoh WG-20 / Main Menu

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Rear of the Ricoh WG-20 / Main Menu


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Top of the Ricoh WG-20

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Bottom of the Ricoh WG-20
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Front of the Ricoh WG-20

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Memory Card Slot

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Battery Compartment


When producing a camera at this price level, the manufacturer has a tough decision to make. You see, the camera has to be able to perform in low light or it's no good as an extreme camera. So they add on the high ISO settings. But the noise is so bad from the small sensor with all those pixels crowded in together, that they have no choice but to lower the resolution so that the pixels in use are spaced further apart. This in turn reduces a certain type of noise that is created by heat from neighbouring pixels being so close together. But what of the other types of noise that are still present and causing a nuisance. The manufacturer could introduce a better noise reduction system but that would invariably raise the price. So they do what they can and for all intents and purposes, the WG-20 doesn't give a bad result.

We really need to look at the bare facts. It's a budget tough camera that will allow you to take pictures of fish and your snow boarding chums without breaking the bank. The trade off is that you get noise if you don't – or can't – use the flash. Most people don't bother with noise these days, or mobile phones wouldn't be half as successful as they are at replacing cameras. So we think it's a fair trade.

For a fully waterproof camera that can be dropped and generally abused, the WG-20 offers good value for money. It doesn't proclaim to be the best in tough cameras and it's a good job because there are other cameras out there that can go deeper and be dropped by taller people. The real drawback is the separate battery charger that could put off people looking for a camera to travel with because of the extra space.

However, if you're looking for a budget tough camera that produces decent enough pictures at mid to high ISO, then take a look at the Ricoh WG-20.

3.5 stars

Ratings (out of 5)
Design 3.5
Features 3.5
Ease-of-use 4
Image quality 3.5
Value for money 4

Main Rivals

Listed below are some of the rivals of the Ricoh WG-20.

Canon PowerShot D30

The Canon PowerShot D30 is an action compact camera that's waterproof to an impressive 25m, as well as being dust, freeze and shock proof. The Canon D30 also offers12 megapixels, a 5x zoom, 1080p HD video, built-in GPS and a 3-inch screen. Read our in-depth Canon PowerShot D30 review now...

Fujifilm FinePix XP70

The Fujifilm FinePix XP70 is a tough water, freeze, shock and dust proof 16 megapixel compact camera. The XP70 also offers built-in wi-fi, 10fps burst shooting, 1080i HD movies, a 5x zoom lens and a 2.7 inch LCD screen. Read our expert Fujifilm FinePix XP70 review now...

Nikon Coolpix AW120

The Coolpix AW120 is Nikon's latest all-action compact camera. The 16 megapixel Nikon AW120 has a 5x zoom lens (24-120mm), 3 inch OLED 921K-dot screen, built-in GPS and wi-fi, 8fps burst shooting and can record full 1080p video. Read our Nikon Coolpix AW120 review to find out if it's the right tough camera for you...

Olympus TG-850

The Olympus TG-850 is a water, freeze, shock and dust proof compact camera with a 180-degree tilting LCD screen for easier selfies. The 16 megapixel TG-850 also offers 1080/60p HD movies, a 5x zoom lens starting at 21mm, and time-lapse interval shooting. Read our Olympus TG-850 review to find out what this all-action camera is capable of...

Olympus Tough TG-3

The Olympus Tough TG-3 is a new water, freeze, shock and dust proof compact camera for 2014. Boasting a fast f2.0 aperture high-speed lens, the 16 megapixel TG-3 also offers built-in wi-fi and GPS connectivity, 1080p HD movies, a 4x zoom lens and a 3 inch OLED screen. Read our Olympus Tough TG-3 review to find out what this all-action camera is capable of...

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT25

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT25 is an affordable freeze, shock, water and dust proof camera. The Panasonic FT25 features a 5x zoom lens, 16 megapixel sensor and HD 720p video recording. Read our expert Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT25 review now...

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT5

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT5 is a new freeze, shock, water and dust proof camera. The well-appointed Panasonic FT5 also features built-in GPS, wi-fi and NFC functionality, a compass, altimeter and barometer, 4.6x zoom, 1920x1080 full-HD movie recording and a 16 megapixel sensor. Read our Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT5 review to find out if this is the best do-it-all camera for your family....

Ricoh WG-4 GPS

The Ricoh WG-4 GPS is a new shock, freeze, dust, water and crush proof compact camera with built-in GPS tracking. The Ricoh WG4 GPS also offers 16 megapixels, a 3-inch LCD, a 4x zoom lens, Full HD movie recording and built-in LED macro lights. Read our in-depth Ricoh WG-4 GPS review now...


Camera Type

Digital compact camera resistant to water, dust, sand, crash, cold and pressure


1/2.3" CCD

Total Pixels

approx. 14.48 megapixels

Effective Pixels

approx. 14 megapixels


14M (4228x3216)

10M (1:1) (3216x3216)

10M (16:9) (4224x2376)

7M (3072x2304)

5M (16:9) (3072x1728)

5M (2592x1944)

4M (16:9) (2592x1464)

3M (2048x1536)

2M (16:9) (1920x1080)

1024 (1024x768)

640 (640x480)

3 quality levels of JPEG: ★★★ Excellent, ★★ very good, ★ good


1280(1280x720): approx. 30/15fps,

640(640x480): approx. 30/15fps,

320(320X240): approx. 30/15fps


AUTO, Manual (ISO 80 - 6400)

Auto ISO range: ISO 80-100, ISO 80-200, ISO 80-400, ISO 80-800, ISO 80-1600

Auto ISO range for SR: ISO 80 - 6400

Shake Reduction

Pixel Track SR, Hi-sensitivity anti-shake mode (Digital SR)

Focal Length

PENTAX 5-25mm, equivalent to 28-140mm in 35mm 

Aperture : F3.5(W) - F5.5(T), [smallest aperture (W) F4.2, (T) F6.6]

Digital Zoom

Optical zoom: 5x

Digital zoom: approx. 6.7x

Intelligent zoom: approx. 7x at 7M, approx. 33.5x at 640 (including optical zoom)


PENTAX zoom lens, 11 elements in 9 groups (5 aspherical elements)

Focusing System

TTL contrast detection auto focus system


Infinity-landscape, Pan Focus, Manual Focus: available

9-point AF, Spot AF, Auto tracking AF

AF Modes

Normal : 0.5m ‐ infinity (whole zoom area)

Macro : 0.1m ‐ 0.6m (whole zoom area)

1cm Macro : 0.01m ‐ 0.30m (middle zoom position)

Manual : 0.01m - infinity (Depends on the zooming steps, 0.01m is only available in 2-4 zoom step.)

AF assist

AF assist lamp available

Special Macrolight available, 5 LED to assist close-up shooting


2.7" (6.86mm) Wide TFT color LCD , with Anti-reflective AR Coating (Cover only)

LCD frame rate Approx. 30fps


approx. 230k dots


Playback functions:
One Shot, Index (6 thumb nails, 12 thumb nails), Enlargement (up to 10X, scroll available), Movie Zlayback, Sound Playback, Histogram, Folder display, Select&Delete, Calendar, Changing folder name

Digital filters:
B&W / Sepia, Toy Camera, Retro, Color, Extract Color, Color Emphasis, High Contrast, Starburst, Soft, Fish-eye, Brightness, Miniature Filter


1/1500  - 1/4sec.

4 sec at most. (Night Scene mode setting)

Exposure system

Multi-segment metering, Centre-weighted metering, Spot metering

Exposure Modes

Scene Modes:

Auto Picture, Program, Night Scene, Movie, Underwater, Underwater Movie, Digital Microscope, Landscape, Flower, Portrait, Digital Wide, Digital SR, Surf&Snow, Kids, Pet, Sport, Fireworks, Candlelight, Night Scene Portrait, Text, Food, Digital Panorama, Frame Composite, Report, Green

Auto picture scene modes:

Landscape, Portrait, Night Scene, Night Scene Portrait, Standard, Flower, Sport, Candlelight, Blue Sky, Sunset, Text, Group Photo, Pet, Portrait&Blue Sky, Portrait&Sunset, Portrait&Backlight


±2EV (1/3EV steps)

Auto Bracketing



Auto, Flash-on and Flash-off modes, "red-eye" compensation function employs a pre-discharge

Effective Range

Wide:approx. 0.2 - 3.9 m (ISO Auto)

Tele:approx. 0.2 - 2.5 m (ISO Auto)


Exposure Parameters

Drive modes:

One shot, Self-timer [10 sec, 2 sec, Remote Control (immediate or 3 sec)], Cont. Shooting, Burst Shooting, Remote Control, Interval Shooting, Auto Bracket

Start-up time :     approx. 1.3 sec

Release time lug : approx. 0.037 sec

Cont. Shooting:    approx. 0.68 frame/sec (for up to 24 frames)

High-speed continous shooting :

approx. 2.27 frame/sec (for up to 19 frames)

approx. 5.26 f/sec (for up to 19 frames at ISO 3200/6400 )

Face Recognition

Face Detection AF&AE is available for all modes up to 32 faces.

Smile Capture, Self-portrait assist, Self-portrait Assist + Smile Capture, Blink Detection,

Detect up to 1 pet's face (auto or select from pre-reg. three faces)

White Balance

Auto, Daylight, Shade, Tungsten light, Fluorescent light, Manual setting

Digital Filter

B&W / Sepia, Toy Camera, Retro, Color, Extract Color, Color Emphasis, High Contrast, Starburst, Soft, Fish-eye, Brightness, Miniature Filter



1280(1280x720): approx. 30/15fps,

640(640x480): approx. 30/15fps,

320(320X240): approx. 30/15fps

Quality level: Fixed

Shake reduction: Movie shake reduction mode (Movie SR)


Save as still image, Divide Movies, Adding title picture

Digital Filter

B&W / Sepia, Toy Camera, Retro, Color, Extract Color, Color Emphasis, High Contrast, Starburst, Soft, Fish-eye, Brightness, Miniature Filter


Slideshow, Image Rotation, Small Face Filter, Ink Rubbing Filter, Collage, Digital Filter(B&W / Sepia, Toy Camera, Retro, Color, Extract Color, Color Emphasis, High Contrast, Starburst, Soft, Fish- eye, Brightness Filter, Miniature), Original Frame, Frame Compo site, Movie Edit, Red-eye Compensation, Resize, Cropping, Image/Sound Copy, Voice Memo, Protect, DPOF, Startup Screen, Face close up playback


approx 97 MB


SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards

Compatible with Eye-Fi wireless memory cards

File Format

Photo format :

JPEG (conforms to Exif 2.3), conforms to DCF 2.0, DPOF, PRINT Image Matching III

Video format :

AVI (Motion JPEG), with sound

Sound format :

WAV(PCM), monaural (audio sampling rate : 32kHz, 16bit)

Special Features

English, French, Germany, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Japanese, Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Turkish, Greek, Russian, Thai, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese

Delay Start-up time: approx. 1.3 sec
Shutter Release Delay Approx. 0.037 sec

Interfaces : USB 2.0 (Hi-Speed), PC/AV terminal, HDMI terminal Type D (Micro) port

Video Output : NTSC/PAL


Rechargeable D-LI92 Lithium-Ion battery

Optional AC adapter kit


Still*: approx. 260 shots (Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery)

Playback**: approx. 280 min. (Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery)

Movie : approx. 120 min.**; Audio : approx. 350 min. **

* Recording capacity shows approximate number of shots recorded during CIPAcompliant
testing. Actual performance may vary depending on operating conditions.

** According to the result of RICOH IMAGING in-house testing.


58.5 mm




28.5 mm


143 g (without battery and memory card)

164 g (loaded and ready)


PC: Windows XP SP3, Vista TM, 7, 8 and 8.1

Mac Mac OS X 10.6 or above
Included Software

Windows: MediaImpression 3.6.1 LE(Windows)

Mac : MediaImpression 2.2 LE

Kit Content

Rechargeable lithium-ion battery D-LI92

Charger kit K-BC92E

USB cable I-USB7

Carabiner strap O-ST104

Macro stand O-MS1

Software (CD-ROM) S-SW147


WG Flat adhesive mount O-CM1471 - 37030

WG Handle bar mount O-CM1472 - 37031

WG Suction Cup mount O-CM1473 - 37032

WG Holder O-CH1470 - 37033

Carabiner strap O-ST118 (Y&B) - 39003

Carabiner strap O-ST103(OR) - 39861

Chest harness - 50284

Remote control O-RC1 - 39892

Floating Strap - 50195

Black neoprene case - 50242

Rechargeable battery Li-Ion D-LI92 - 39800

Charger kit K-BC92E - 39804

AC adapter K-AC117E - 38971

Video cable I-AVC7 - 39552

USB cable I-USB7 - 39551

WG Repair parts 1 O-CM1474 (for O-CM1471) - 37034

WG repair parts 2 O-CM1475 (replacement nut for O-CM1471/72/73) - 37035

WG Repair parts 3 O-CM1476 (for O-CH1470) - 37036

Macro stand O-MS1 - 39004

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