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

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Ricoh CX4

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Ricoh CX4 review


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Ricoh trickles in improvements to the CX series, and the biggest enhancement to the CX4 is the improved image stabilisation.

It adds only minor refinements to what was an already solid CX3. In its own right, the CX4 is likely to please those looking for a compact camera offering fun and creative shooting with good-quality images.


White Balance:Auto, 6 presets and manual
Output Size:3648x2736 pixels
Memory Card:SD, SDHC
LCD:3in, 920,000-dot VGA
Power:Rechargeable DB-100
Sensor:Approx 10-million-pixel back-illuminated CMOS
Exposure Modes:Program AE
Weight:205g (including battery and memory card)
File Format:JPEG, CIPA multi-picture format, AVI movie
Lens:28-300mm (equivalent)
Focusing Modes:Manual, multi AF, spot AF, face-priority AF, continuous AF, multi-target AF, subject tracking
Metering System:Multi, centreweighted, spot
  1. 1. Introduction
  2. 2. Build and handling
  3. 3. Performance
  4. 4. Verdict
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