After reviewing the Ricoh GXR and A12 module, we saw postings on forums and other questions arise on the focusing and how it all performs in real world use. If you’re a street photographer, you’ll want to pay attention to this posting. You may also want to check out our face off. So can this little manual focus wonder hold its own against the others?
With both the Leica 50mm f2 Summicron collapsible and newer version of the Leica 50mm Summicron on me, I decided to do a head to head test with the Ricoh GXR and A12 module to see if one really needs to get the latest and the greatest lenses for the best image quality and sharpness.
Let’s see if your pixel peeping skills are up to the challenge.
After showing off pure and unedited image samples from the Ricoh GXR with the A12 Leica M Mount Module, the full review is now complete. As one of the well reviewed mirrorless cameras, the interchangeable mount system isn’t as popular as others. So does this one have what it takes to take Ricoh to the top?
The other day, we published photos from the Ricoh GXR and A12 Leica M Mount module. Today, we’ve got some videos for you. One is a video walkthrough of the camera and the other is a video sample from the camera. Take a look after the jump.
Oh, by the way: Full review coming tomorrow.
This posting is literally just an image dump. I’ve had the Ricoh GXRwith A12unit to mount Leica M mount lenses on for a little bit, and now that Hurricane Irene seems to have died down in Queens, NY I took it out for a bit of a spin. These images are largely unedited with the exception of resizing for the web. The entire gallery is after the jump. A full series of reviews is coming soon.
Hat tip to Gabe Biderman for the Leica lens loaners.
Do you have any crazy stories to share from Hurricane Irene? Or photos to show? Tell us about them in the comments below.