Ricoh WG-6 Review

July 26, 2019 | Gavin Stoker |

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The Ricoh WG-6's price means it's stuck in a no man's land between its premium and affordable rivals. It can't match the Olympus TG-6 for all-round features and manual control, but it's also a lot more expensive than the Fujifilm XP140. Fans of close-up photography might be tempted by the unique macro light function, but will be disappointed by this mode's 3-megapixel photo restriction.
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The Ricoh WG-6 looks good on paper but can struggle in low-light conditions, due to a 20mp sensor, and a lens that's not going to let in as much light as the competition. In bright sunny conditions colour reproduction is good. However, it's difficult to find many redeeming features that make it stand out from the competition, apart from the 6 LED lights surrounding the lens, which are unique to the camera. The Ricoh WG-6 surprisingly lacks Wi-Fi, and doesn't feature optical image stabilisation.
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