Ricoh Suave

Alright, it’s time to get serious about the picture-taking. It’s a new decade here, people. We’re living in the future. Everybody and their mother (actually, especially mothers) has a flashy new digital camera.


They’re as thin as a coaster and smaller than a deck of playing cards, but is smaller really what signifies better? With the race to put all emerging technology in front of the machine from “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids,” people can miss some very unique products. For instance, the Ricoh GXR. This camera is admittedly not the most stylish, but it certainly separates itself from all the plain old digital cameras every college girl uses to post drunken pics of her and her besties on Facebook. What sets it apart is the interchangeable lenses you can use to customize exactly what kind of photo you’d like to take, whether you’re in the bright outdoors or a dimly lit room. And while size is not its main attraction, the Ricoh is still one of the smallest and lightest cameras on the market to boot. It’s the best of both worlds, so read more about it here.

 

 

 

 

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