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Ricoh is a Japanese company known worldwide for its cameras and copiers. From its beginnings as Riken Kankoshi Co, Ltd. in the mid 1930s, Ricoh has earned a reputation for innovation. In 1950, company founder Kiyoshi Ichimura developed the world's first mass-produced twin-lens reflex camera, which led to later pioneering innovations, including a desktop copy machine and a fully digital fax machine.

In 1995, Ricoh introduced its first digital camera, the Ricoh DC-1. In keeping with Ricoh's spirit of innovation, the DC-1 also recorded video and sound, which was a completely unique feature at the time. Although Ricoh has, over the years, focused primarily on point-and-shoot cameras, their products have received praise from enthusiasts and professionals alike.

Three series comprise the current lineup of Ricoh cameras. Ricoh GX and GR Series digital cameras are aimed at professionals with an emphasis on performance, accuracy and include a fixed focal length model. The new CX series, which replaces the RX line, is targeted at a wider audience and includes features like large LCD screens, face detection, and powerful zoom lenses.

Below you will find our entire library of Ricoh digital camera reviews organized by date.  Alternatively, you can browse the Ricoh camera reviews by model number to the left.
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09/02/2004
5.1
3x
1.8
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CX1
04/13/2009
9
7x stabilized
3.0
Camera CX4 thumbnail
CX4
11/24/2010
10
10.7x
3.0
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03/12/2008
8
28mm
2.7
Camera GR Digital III thumbnail
10/05/2009
10
28mm fixed
3.0
Camera GR Digital IV thumbnail
01/05/2012
10
28mm
3.0
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10/09/2008
12
3x
2.7
Camera GXR thumbnail
GXR
02/09/2010
10.0, 12.3
3x, 50mm fixed
3.0
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R10
10/09/2008
10
7.1x
3.0
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11/10/2001
4.13
3x
2
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04/21/2003
3.2
3x
1.6
Camera WG-20 thumbnail
02/06/2014
14
5x
2.7"
Camera WG-4 GPS and WG-4 thumbnail
02/06/2014
16
4x
3.0"