Some of our readers will remember the Ricoh GXR modular camera system, which is made up of a camera boy and an interchangeable lens system. Ricoh has just launched two new lenses for the GXR.
The first lens is the P10 28-300mm wide zoom lens, which is an image stabilized F3.5-5.6 VC lens, it features 10.7x magnification which is equivalent to 28-300mm and it features a back illuminated CMOS sensor.
The P10 lens will feature a continuous shooting mode which is capable of 120 frames per second and it can capture images in RAW and has a multi target auto focus.
Next up is the Ricoh A12 28mm F2.5 GR fast prime lens, which features a 12MP APS-C size CMOS sensor and a faster processor, which is designed to provide higher definition images with smoother tones, it also features a a manual focus ring.
There are no details as yet on when these two new lenses for the Ricoh GXR will hit the store or how much they will retail for.