Ricoh GR III Tips, Tricks And Review Video By Mattias Burling

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Watch the Ricoh GR III Tips, Tricks, And Review Video By Mattias Burling below. The Ricoh GR III is the new street photography king in 2019. Mattias Burling gives us his review of the Ricoh GR iii camera. Along with some great help getting started with the functions to give you the best experience.

This 24-megapixel, APS-C sensor GR III camera is slightly more compact than its predecessor, coming in about a third of an inch less wide, but around the same height and thickness. It is just fractionally heavier though, at 9.1 ounces, with battery and ready to shoot.

Basic Spec on the Ricoh GR III:
24 MP CMOS Sensor with accelerator unit helps achieve remarkable image quality. 3 Axis; 4 Stop Shake Reduction ensures sharp images even in lower light conditions. It is also compatible with multi-tone 14-bit RAW image recording.

3″ Air gapless Capacitive Touch LCD Screen makes controlling the GR III event easier with complete menu control as well as focus and shutter release.

The GR III features a hybrid AF system combining a contrast-type AF mechanism superior in focusing precision with a phase-detection-type AF mechanism assuring high-speed focusing operation. Taking advantage of both mechanisms, it assures faster, more responsive autofocus operation.

“The GR III provides wireless LAN functions for easy pairing with mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. By installing the dedicated Image Sync application on a mobile device, the user can display a Live-View image on the device‚Äôs monitor, release the shutter and send various commands from the device. ”

Full HD movie recording (1920 x 1080 pixels, 60 frame rate) in the H.264 recording format
Compatible with Pentax AF-201, AF360 FGZ II & AF 540 FGZ II Flashes

Thanks to Tuber Mattias Burling for the nice video work.

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LightPix Labs FlashQ and receiver he used in the video.

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