Released January, 2011
The Pros:Heavy duty build quality can handle rough use. Fairly compact design, will fit in a jacket pocket. Lens is top notch, gets very sharp pictures consistently.
The Ricoh G700SE is a rugged, compact digital camera released in early 2011 as an upgrade from the original G700 (2010). It inherits the enhanced water and shock resistance that led its predecessor to notoriety, but adds on the capability to accept add-on modules such as a GP-1 GPS dongle or a BR-1 barcode-scanning module—making it exceptionally alluring to governments and enterprises.
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Also added are Bluetooth v2.1+EDR (2.4GHz) and Wireless LAN (IEEE 8021.b/g) communication ports. Everything else remains the exact same, including microSD memory expansion, USB connectivity, and 720p video capture.
- Rugged Compact Digital Camera
- JIS/IEC Wateproof Grade 8
- JIS/IEC Dustproof Grade 6
- 1/2.3" CCD Sensor (12.1MP)
- 5x Optical Zoom Lens
- 4x Digital Zoom
- 3" Transmissive LCD Display
- 720p Video Capture (AVI)
- MicroSD Memory Expansion
- Bluetooth/WiFi Connectivity
- USB Interface
- Rechargeable Battery
- AAA Battery Compaible
- Support for Add-On Modules
- Digital Image Stabilization
User Reviews (1)
heavy duty build quality can handle rough use
fairly compact design, will fit in a jacket pocket
lens is top notch, gets very sharp pictures consistently
battery lasts a long time between charges
can handle a little rain without any problems
regular firmware updates are available, keep it up to date and functioning smoothly
great connectivity to wireless devices, easy to grab individual pictures quickly with minimal fuss
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