• Ricoh GR III review

    Ricoh GR III review

    We put Ricoh's pocket friendly, APS-C sensor compact through its paces



    £799.00
  • Ricoh GR review

    Ricoh GR review

    We find out whether the Ricoh GR’s 16.2-million-pixel, APS-C-sized sensor in the tried-and-tested Ricoh GRD body – not to mention its £600 price tag – could give the Nikon Coolpix A and Fujifilm X100S a run for their money. Read our Pentax Ricoh GR review...



    £599.00
  • Ricoh CX6 review

    Ricoh CX6 review

    Enthusiast photographers are sure to appreciate the improvements to the series, writes Tim Coleman



    £250.00
  • Ricoh GR Digital IV review

    Ricoh GR Digital IV review

    From film to digital, Ricoh’s GR series of cameras has been highly regarded by enthusiast photographers. We find out how the latest 10-million-pixel model and its AF system compares



    £450.00
  • Ricoh GXR Mount A12 review

    Ricoh GXR Mount A12 review

    Is a 12.3-million-pixel adapter to accept M-mount lenses just what Ricoh's GXR needs? It certainly gives the system something extra, says Damien Demolder



    £549.00
  • Ricoh CX5 review

    Ricoh CX5 review

    This compact camera with hybrid AF is claimed to focus in 0.2 seconds. Tim Coleman tests that claim in our Ricoh CX5 review



    £259.99
  • Ricoh CX4 review

    Ricoh CX4 review

    The CX4 brings enhanced image stabilisation and an electronic level to Ricoh’s CX compact cameras



    £259.99
  • Ricoh CX3 review

    Ricoh CX3 review

    Nine months on from its ‘noisy’ predecessor, the CX2, Ricoh’s CX3 turns its attention to noise reduction



    £299.99
  • Ricoh GXR P10 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 VS review

    Ricoh GXR P10 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 VS review

    Intended to compete with the Canon PowerShot G11, the latest Ricoh GXR camera unit, the P10, has a versatile 28-300mm lens and a ten-million-pixel sensor. We put it to the test



    £499.99
  • Ricoh GXR system review

    Ricoh GXR system review

    Unconventional and completely new, the Ricoh GXR camera system may change the way we think about the relationship between cameras and sensors. Richard Sibley examines the new system



    £750.00