Camera manufacturer Ricoh has announced the release of the GR Digital III, a successor to the well-received GR Digital II. Ricoh claims the Digital III “achieves a whole new level of image quality”.
Ricoh states that the GR Digital III continues the range’s tradition of great image quality, high resolution, low noise, and low colour aberration, contained in a slender, compact body. The GR III adds a new image-processing engine, a new CCD, and a newly developed 28mm/F1.9 GR Lens.
Other performance enhancements include improvements to shooting speeds, operability, and power of expression, says the company.
As with previous models, Ricoh will offer customization services (such as fine tuning of the shutter release, button sensitivity, AE/AWB and so on) that it has provided since the first GR Digital model.
The GR Digital III will cost £529.99 (US$870) and will be available in mid-August.
Note: When you purchase something after clicking links in our articles, we may earn a small commission. Read ouraffiliate link policyfor more details.