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Ricoh CX4 Digital Camera Unlike premium compacts such as the S95 et al, shooting in manual exposure mode is not an option with the CX4. The closest thing you'll get to this is by using the "MY settings mode" on the top dial, where you can preset a number of different options such as ISO, aperture, image size and white balance. This might prove handy Ricoh CX4 Digital Camera you want to always make sure you shot in a low ISO, or at a particular white balance and don't want to rely on the auto settings.
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You can't adjust aperture or shutter speed though, as you would be able to on the admittedly more expensive premium compacts on the market. Another frustrating feature of the CX4's My Settings mode is its inability to remember the settings you were just using, Ricoh CX4 Digital Camera any mode. So, for instance, if you change the ISO toswitch off the camera and pick it up again, it will have reverted to whichever preset you have saved. If you want it to remember what you have been using before you switch it off, you will need to dive into the Setup menu and select Reg. My Settings — hardly a quick operation.
A large zoom range 10x is one Ricoh CX4 Digital Camera the most impressive and saleable features of the CX4, and a great bonus for travel photographers. Those who like to have the greatest level of control may find it frustrating that you can only zoom in steps i.
Lens Performance How you view the Ricoh's mm lens will largely depend on where you're coming from. If you're a DSLR prime lens user downsizing for a pocket camera you're going to be disappointed, on Ricoh CX4 Digital Camera other hand if the CX4 is an upgrade from a cheap point and shoot, then you'll be more than happy with the results.
Tripod mounted at 52mm mm equiv Ricoh CX4 Digital Camera lens shows a good if not stunning level of recorded detail and this is held across the frame with no apparent light fall-off. Even with strong back-light I can see no chromatic aberration and the good colour rendition has to be laid at the door, on the whole, to the Ricoh lens. Where the lens fails, although it's not the fault of the lens primarily, is when it's pushed through the optical into the digital zoom. Ricoh claim this can be done without any loss of image quality but this is simply not the case. In fact as you lose more and more pixels as you 'zoom' in, you might as well crop from the long end of the optical zoom.
It's impossible to get a fix for the Auto Focus, you need it clamped down tight to a tripod and the image quality is not worth the hassle. Set the camera to Macro Mode via Ricoh CX4 Digital Camera menu and the lens optimises its focal length in preparation to focus down to 1cm. I found that the lens struggled to lock on some subjects at this distance and really did need some good edge contrast and you'll have to play about with the camera settings if you want to avoid taking all your macro shots at the widest aperture. The camera is crying out for an Aperture and Shutter Priority Mode. Ricoh CX4 lens quality: Click on the thumbnails for larger images.
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The Ricoh CX4 features a completely reworked anti-shake system called Camera Shake Correction - turn it on in the Main menu and the Ricoh CX4 automatically compensates for camera shake by the equivalent of about 3. You don't notice that the camera is actually doing anything different when anti-shake is turned on, just that you can use slower shutter speeds than normal and still take sharp photos. Ricoh seem to have realised the importance of this system, as Ricoh CX4 Digital Camera is turned on by default, and thankfully leaving the anti-shake system on didn't negatively affect the battery-life, with the camera managing over shots before the battery needed to be recharged. The Ricoh CX4 only has 10 external controls in total, leaving plenty of room for the large 3 inch LCD Ricoh CX4 Digital Camera that dominates the back of the camera. The CX4's screen has a commendably high resolution of K dots, and it certainly shows, being noticeably sharper and brighter than cameras with standard K dot screens.
Both text and images really come alive on a breath-taking display that's one of the best of any camera that we've ever reviewed. Front Rear The S-Auto mode is aimed firmly at beginners. Much like similar systems on rival cameras, when the CX4 is set to S-Auto it automatically identifies the type of scene being photographed and selects the appropriate scene mode portrait, sports, night portrait, landscape, nightscape, macro modeuseful if you're not sure which mode to pick yourself. Like most automatic systems, it's not infallible, but does reliably pick one of the above scenes most of the time.
The Dynamic Range double shot mode, now available as one of the new Creative Shooting options, is one of the Ricoh CX4's star attractions, taking advantage of the CMOS sensor to record images with much greater dynamic range than most compacts. When the Ricoh CX4 is in DR mode it takes two images with different exposures, and then records a single image that combines the properly exposed parts of each one. You can also choose to take a DR and Normal image at the same time both are saved to the memory carduseful for quickly comparing the effect.
There's Ricoh CX4 Digital Camera the option to select a Priority Range for each DR strength, with Off, Highlights and Shadows your choices - this allows the more advanced user to tip the balance in favour of the shadow or highlight areas. In practice the Dynamic Range mode works really well, resulting in images that have noticeably more dynamic range that those shot in the Normal mode, and far surpassing most other compact cameras. If you want to shoot images that retain detail in both the highlight and Ricoh CX4 Digital Camera areas, then the Ricoh CX4 is a great choice. You can see the results of using the the different modes for yourself on the Image Quality page, with a side-by side comparison of the Normal and four different DR modes.
There is one main drawback though; the DR images have noticeably less saturated colours than the Normal version, which more accurately matches the scene. While these are fun to play with initially, they're nowhere near as useful as the Dynamic Range mode. The CX4 offers exactly the HD video recording capabilities as the CX3, with three movie sizes available - x, x and x pixels - all at 30 frames per second. There are three scene modes of particular interest. The Discreet mode turns off the flash, AF Assist lamp and all operational sounds, very convenient when shooting in museums or anywhere that you don't want to draw attention to yourself.
The Pets mode turns off the flash, AF auxiliary light and sounds to avoid startling your loved one, although it can only detect and focus on cat's faces canine owners need to look elsewhere. Olympus Ricoh CX4 Digital Camera 14 MP Digital Camera w/ x Optical Zoom (Black) Nikon COOLPIX L MP CMOS Digital Camera with 14x Zoom Lens and Full p HD Video. Ricoh's unique retracting lens system allows a wide-angle, high-power (x) zoom lens to be incorporated into a compact.
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