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    Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    I'm getting quite excited at the prospect of the new GRIII, as a great supporter of the GRII.

    There are some YouTube reviews coming online and this is the best I've seen so far:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSKVDPkYnHg

    Does anyone else share the excitement/interest in getting this camera?

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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    Not at that price. I am however interested in the Fuji XF10.
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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Not at that price. I am however interested in the Fuji XF10.
    It does seem a lot. I found the receipt for my GRII the other day and it cost me £499 and came with a free case. However, I may not be able to stop myself...

    Unlike the XF10, you can add on the wide angle adaptor which if it is like the current version will be very good and transforms the camera. And there is the external viewfinder which I use quite extensively.

    But it is horses for courses - I just love the ergonomics and build of the current GRII so I suspect I'd choose the GRIII over the competition even if it is priced at a premium.

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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    I am a definite buyer just not sure when. I may wait till there is a price drop as I suspect there maybe early on, but may be wrong.
    Either way I will buy.

    As for the XF10 there are a lot of negative comments about operation speed of the camera but more of a worry is bad focus comments.
    The IQ is also at times mentioned as being soft but from the samples I've seen I find the IQ very appealing. I am sure the XF-10 images would print well.
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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    I am really interested in the GR III, but I don't know if I should wait or get cold and drop it (spend way too much on gear lately),
    but perhaps it could get my funny GR life back and restart "the other dimension", and I would really like if I would dare carrying in my pocket without case, easy and ready for use, (but one would be afraid of pocket-dust, or what you call it?-but we only live once)
    now where it has become small size again...
    hhmmm....
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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    Oddly enough, at the price of the GRIII, I am interested in the new 1" Ricoh Theta. Go figure. But the GRIII does have some interesting features like IBIS.
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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    I had the GR II but sold it for some bad reason. It's a sweet little camera and so tiny. The new model should be really good but I probably won't buy. Sticking to one camera, D850, for now. With a 28mm lens I will get better image quality for sacrificing a little size. But it's still a pretty small package compared to previous medium format behemoths
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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    I am beyond excited. I have the camera since last week. It seems expensive but what price glory? The most important feature for me was Shake Reduction. That works so well and I can hand hold the GR III at 1/4 second and get a sharp photo. I should explain that I have essential tremor and the reason for the GR III. I would think I could hold steady at less that 1/4 sec but haven't tried. The jpegs ooc are absolutely amazing. The Mono Hard could end RAW for me but probably not. It has a contrast and tonal range like out of the darkroom prints.

    It's somewhat smaller than the GR II and that is a welcome feature and the interface is becoming intuitive. Image quality is excellent and will not let you down. Anyway, I'm very happy and it was worth the long wait.
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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    The Mono Hard could end RAW for me but probably not. It has a contrast and tonal range like out of the darkroom prints.
    Any chance of a few examples?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    I am beyond excited. I have the camera since last week. It seems expensive but what price glory? The most important feature for me was Shake Reduction. That works so well and I can hand hold the GR III at 1/4 second and get a sharp photo. I should explain that I have essential tremor and the reason for the GR III. I would think I could hold steady at less that 1/4 sec but haven't tried. The jpegs ooc are absolutely amazing. The Mono Hard could end RAW for me but probably not. It has a contrast and tonal range like out of the darkroom prints.

    It's somewhat smaller than the GR II and that is a welcome feature and the interface is becoming intuitive. Image quality is excellent and will not let you down. Anyway, I'm very happy and it was worth the long wait.
    Be Blessed, shooter
    That sounds great. I'm now probably going to have to wait a few months as I've spent way too much on new Fuji kit. In the meantime I still have my GRII.

    One question: does the camera come with a separate battery charger or do you only get a USB in camera charging cable?

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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    I am beyond excited. I have the camera since last week. It seems expensive but what price glory? The most important feature for me was Shake Reduction. That works so well and I can hand hold the GR III at 1/4 second and get a sharp photo. I should explain that I have essential tremor and the reason for the GR III. I would think I could hold steady at less that 1/4 sec but haven't tried. The jpegs ooc are absolutely amazing. The Mono Hard could end RAW for me but probably not. It has a contrast and tonal range like out of the darkroom prints.

    It's somewhat smaller than the GR II and that is a welcome feature and the interface is becoming intuitive. Image quality is excellent and will not let you down. Anyway, I'm very happy and it was worth the long wait.
    Be Blessed, shooter
    Hi Don

    Long time no see..hope you are well alive
    Wish you will post once in a while
    Your words make me consider...else I was about turning it down
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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Any chance of a few examples?
    +1
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Any chance of a few examples?
    Yes Sir. I delete all the jpeg, well cause they look too good. I will post some OOC photos tonight or tomorrow. If there's something specific you like to see, let me know and I'll get it done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    That sounds great. I'm now probably going to have to wait a few months as I've spent way too much on new Fuji kit. In the meantime I still have my GRII.

    One question: does the camera come with a separate battery charger or do you only get a USB in camera charging cable?

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    The camera comes with a USB charger and it works. I use the Power 2000 aftermarket and it's fine. I use that for everything but the Leica's.

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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Hi Don

    Long time no see..hope you are well alive
    Wish you will post once in a while
    Your words make me consider...else I was about turning it down
    Best Thorkil
    Good to see you also. I'll post steadily about the GR III.
    Namaste'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    +1
    C'mon, I'm still trying to figure out where the film goes, but when I do, I'll post photos.
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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    If there's something specific you like to see, let me know and I'll get it done.
    I appreciate the offer Don, I was just wanting to see the b&w tonality as the subject matter is not important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    Good to see you also. I'll post steadily about the GR III.
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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    If there's something specific you like to see, let me know and I'll get it done.
    ..after you, Don , we will just follow... (well I think so, maybe, (..buying it, I mean) you made me 98% convinced)

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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    I received the GRIII two days ago but could only play around with it in the living room so far. First impressions are positive with built quality comparable to the GRII. Touch screen works smooth and touch-focus or touch-focus-shoot options are very useful. Start up time is considerably faster than with the GRII and the IBIS is surprisingly effective. With steady hands and holding breath a few handheld shots at 1/2 sec. looked sharp. AF is faster than the one from the GRII, but in low light it can hunt when focusing on low contrast targets. However, that's not a deal breaker for me. Definitely a keeper. Pics will follow.
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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    Just to say, there are already good pictures at Don's link's
    Don and Retow, they have removed the TAV setting on the wheel, but I guess one can, as usual still set the aperture and shutter manual and let the iso do it automatically?
    (if I jump, I have this smiling longing, being childish again, a longing for "silly pictures", sort of )
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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    I'll certainly be getting one so I can get rid of that awful + - toggle on the back that EVERYONE I hand the camera to moves.

    I spend my half my time on holiday shots recovering the ones taken of myself and my wife when a well meaning soul offers to take a shot proving we were on holiday together. They are either three stops under or over - and even Ricoh RAW struggles with that.

    When I sold my first Ricoh digital I even taped over the toggle as I knew the chum who had bought the camera would accidentally move it and blame me for selling him a duff camera. But he still managed to move the toggle through the tape!!

    I'm also a ClearViewer fan. Mine is so old it has needed a bit of glue based first aid. I hope it fits the III but if not I'll treat myself to a new one.

    I had forgotten about the Theta. Do people use them for single shots?

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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tonygamble View Post
    I'll certainly be getting one so I can get rid of that awful + - toggle on the back that EVERYONE I hand the camera to moves.

    I spend my half my time on holiday shots recovering the ones taken of myself and my wife when a well meaning soul offers to take a shot proving we were on holiday together. They are either three stops under or over - and even Ricoh RAW struggles with that.

    When I sold my first Ricoh digital I even taped over the toggle as I knew the chum who had bought the camera would accidentally move it and blame me for selling him a duff camera. But he still managed to move the toggle through the tape!!

    I'm also a ClearViewer fan. Mine is so old it has needed a bit of glue based first aid. I hope it fits the III but if not I'll treat myself to a new one.

    I had forgotten about the Theta. Do people use them for single shots?

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    The DD borrowed mine a couple of years ago to document her trip to Rathlin Island, off the N coast of Ireland. She was leading a group of travel foodies.

    She asked one where the 'zoom lever' was. Fortunately he knew. He also said it was a 'hipsters camera', so I gave it to her. Seemed more appropriate, somehow.

    Edit: see this, and a couple of subsequent posts:

    https://www.getdpi.com/forum/other-c...tml#post693500
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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tonygamble View Post
    I had forgotten about the Theta. Do people use them for single shots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    I appreciate the offer Don, I was just wanting to see the b&w tonality as the subject matter is not important.
    Well, Guess my old age is shining. For the life of me, I can't get any photos to upload and or post. I tried 4 times and nada. Any advice appreciated.

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    Ok, it works. Sharp optics (we did not expect less from Ricoh, did we), lots of micro contrast, quite nice jpegs, great high contrast B&W setting, and 24MP of aps-c resolution in a shirt pocket as the icing on the cake. Just a few random snaps from Monte Carlo taken before going into a business meeting. First two color shots tweaked slightly in C1 and then two High Contrast B&W OOC.
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    And for MC cliche:
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    Well, Guess my old age is shining.
    No probs Don, I link to my flickr account by copying the BB code into this window then delete anything before and after the [img] ......[img] brackets. Hope that makes sense? I did have a look at a few examples on your flickr account and they do look promising. Excellent work there btw. I am in awe of you street shooters, I don't have the nerve to go so close!

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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    Don, when I uoload, I just open getdpi in two windows, while its faster for me - I upload a jpg at about a bit less than 2Mb perhaps at 1500px or a bit less in width, in the one window, clicking at Gallery, then My Images, then at Upload, then I copy the Direct Link Code further down under the picture at the right, and jump over in the other window in the thread, where I first click at the centered lines-figure, to get the picture centered, then click at frame with a landscape "Insert Image" and insert here the Direct link Code you just copied from the upload, and just Submit Reply, or if you want, perhaps write your camera setting perhaps down below the picture, choosing the suited "Size" of letters and "A" the colours of the letters you prefer and then submit. And if you upload several pictures, for me its fast jumping back and forth between the two open getdpi-windows..
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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    ...just the latest Don-link...
    http://streetshooter.net/march-30th-...-ricoh-gr-iii/
    (hope it's okay with you Don )
    ..and for now down to the TV - formula 1, while there is a dane (Magnussen) in it at the third start-row...hope he can get up..
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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    My initial thoughts about the GRIII - for what they are worth - having now used it for a few days.

    Positives
    + IQ is marginally improved over the GR/GRII but the main benefit is the increased image size which creates the opportunity to crop further and still have a large image.
    + The smaller form factor compared to the GR/GRII makes the camera even more pocket-able.
    + The change from a rocker bar to a wheel for EV compensation removes one of the main ergonomic niggles of the previous cameras.
    + Touch screen focus, or focus and shoot makes more sense for this form factor and works flawlessly.
    + Likewise touch screen controls make it even easier to navigate the already well organised menus.
    + Three user customisable settings on the mode dial (U1-U3) although at least one of these needs to be used to create the Tav mode which has been removed.

    Negatives
    - The smaller form factor is less easy to grip and I strongly recommend always shooting with a wrist strap.
    - IQ improvements may not be great enough to justify changing from the GR/GRII for some.
    - Inability to reuse the wide angle lens adaptor from the previous models seems a bit mean.

    I admit I am biased as a user of the Ricoh GR line so coming up with negatives is a bit hard. I was always going to buy the GRIII no matter what and indeed I am now disposing of my GR.

    I think a lot more positive will reveal themselves around the ergonomics of the camera, e.g. the Wifi/Bluetooth and the Smartphone link. As my daughter-in-law pointed out to me today when I showed her the camera the latter is essential for the instagram generation. Also things like the ND filter for shooting in bring sunlight. In fact, to be fair I have not had time to really deeply investigate all the camera and one reason is that it works so brilliantly in Tav mode and the files are so maleable in post I'm not sure I'll ever shoot anything but RAW.

    More thoughts as they occur to me.

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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    Of course, we may all have to send our GRIIIs back if they have a wobbly-wheel:

    https://www.dpreview.com/news/249530...l-scroll-wheel

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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Of course, we may all have to send our GRIIIs back if they have a wobbly-wheel:

    https://www.dpreview.com/news/249530...l-scroll-wheel
    Me too - I got the wobbly wheel I'm afraid, has send a mail to the dealer but no answer...

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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    the TAV setting is gone, but its actually the same as with the M setting with auto iso on I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    the TAV setting is gone, but its actually the same as with the M setting with auto iso on I guess
    The first thing I did was set up U1 for my normal Tav setting, which is 1/160 and f5.6 and auto iso. Like the old Tav button you can then use the front and rear dials to change aperture and speed. The central control wheel on the back controls EV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Me too - I got the wobbly wheel I'm afraid, has send a mail to the dealer but no answer...
    I can't decide whether to bother with sending mine back. The wobbliness is imho very minor and my only concern would be can it come apart in some way? I'm in the UK and according to DPreview Ricoh UK are supposed to issue some kind of statement about it.

    I've always contended my GR and not the GRIII are a replacement for my old Leica M8 and 28 Elmarit - so maybe Ricoh are trying to emulate Leica in build quality as well as IQ?



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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    I can't decide whether to bother with sending mine back. The wobbliness is imho very minor and my only concern would be can it come apart in some way? I'm in the UK and according to DPreview Ricoh UK are supposed to issue some kind of statement about it.

    I've always contended my GR and not the GRIII are a replacement for my old Leica M8 and 28 Elmarit - so maybe Ricoh are trying to emulate Leica in build quality as well as IQ?



    Louis

    Mine is very minor too, just checked once more, Yes perhaps I'll just let it pas for now, while I've have it, like with doctors and other craftmen, there are 5% that are very skilled and 1% that are extremely skilled, but what will happen, if it end up in the hands of the rest, the 95% ?

    so perhaps better let it pas...
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    Re: Ricoh GR III - anyone else getting excited?

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    The first thing I did was set up U1 for my normal Tav setting, which is 1/160 and f5.6 and auto iso. Like the old Tav button you can then use the front and rear dials to change aperture and speed. The central control wheel on the back controls EV.

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    Louis, I think I get the same at M-setting?, and press the iso and then toggle between auto iso and fixed iso with the FN-button, and keep pressing, in the snap focus focus-setting, at the macro and then change snap-focus-distance with the upper front wheel is easy too, the ideal street settings then are available I think..

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