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Written on: 23/03/2013
this camera works very well for me in lots of ways its so big yet small unusual and with 3-megapixel and 3xzoom works well i dont have a wife now hahahahahahaha thanks… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/07/2004 by hro (1 review written)
This is a my second Ricoh digital camera. (Still have my RDC7) and it is great. Easy to pocket, excellent capability. I have had very good results from this camera. It is as quick as any digicam of the 2000/2001 era and once you have mastered the pre-focus it rarely misses.
I now have a RDC 7, i500, GR1V and Myport330.
These cameras are 1st class.
Well done Ricoh… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/02/2003 by henry balfour. (1 review written)
This camera raised my hopes that at last I could use a beautiful design, and get high quality pictures. Regretfully this camera is let down by it's optics, which are not up to industry standard, and it's processing on-chip. The further issues I have are with the uncompressed TIFF format, which can only be read with a proprietary brand of software that is NOT bundled with the camera. There were also plenty of issues with USB under Win98 and then plenty more problems with Windows XP… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/09/2002 by Lingo. (1 review written)
Overall the Ricoh RDC-i500 digital camera is value for money but it takes time to get used to the camera… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/08/2001 by Tony Cross. (1 review written)
My son brought the 1500 back from Japan together with all the manuals in Japanese. Can anybody help me to locate a full set of manuals in English?… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/06/2001 by Sean Clarke. (1 review written)
The Ricoh RDC-i500 is an excellent and easy to use digital camera. It might not look as 'camera-like' as others but the range of features it has and the performance more than make up for it.
There are so many options to customise how you wish to use the camera, it must cater for almost everyone's needs.
The thumbnail review is excellent, especially if you have been using the auto-bracket or multi shot modes, good for comparison of many photos and it helps to manage your shots.
The PC… Read Full Review
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