Ricoh has this week announced the launch of a trio of new waterproof rugged cameras to its range in the form of the Ricoh WG-4, WG-20 and , both of which will be arriving in stores during March 2014.
The new Ricoh WG-20 and WG-4 and WG-4 GPS are priced at $330 and $380 respectively and the Ricoh WG-4 for $200 and is equipped with a 14 megapixel sensor together with a 5x lens and is waterproof down to a depth of 33ft.
Other features of the Ricoh WG-4 include 3” widescreen TFT colour LCD with anti-reflective coating and 70mb internal memory that can be expanded with cards and a high-sensitivity anti-shake mode, 29 modes to capture dramatic images such as an HDR shooting mode, slow motion video capture, new Shutter Priority shooting mode. As well as a unique Digital Microscope mode with six LED lights to perfectly illuminate even the tiniest details.
“The triple shake reduction system combines an image-sensor-shift-type SR (Shake Reduction) mechanism with the digital Pixel Track and high ISO Shake Reduction modes to more effectively protect shake-prone images and low light photography for incredibly sharp blur-free images. Keep your memories vibrant—enjoy the reliability of stunning sunsets, and always-sharp adventures.”
The Ricoh WG-20 and WG-4 GPS have similar features but also provide advanced GPS functionality. For full details and specifications on all three new Ricoh camera jump over to the Ricoh website. wG-4 – WG-4 GPS
Source: ForbesFiled Under: Camera News