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.
via GizmagFiled Under: Camera News, Technology News