Kicking a Camera across a field – Ricoh PX Review

Posted by on August 5, 2011

Reviewing the new Ricoh PX – could be the perfect travel camera for those who like to adventure in ways that might break bones… or your iPhone The folks at Ricoh say this camera is pretty tough… we’ll see about that…   At the time of publication the RRP for the Ricoh PX in Australia

Reviewing the new Ricoh PX – could be the perfect travel camera for those who like to adventure in ways that might break bones… or your iPhone

The folks at Ricoh say this camera is pretty tough… we’ll see about that

 

At the time of publication the RRP for the Ricoh PX in Australia was about $299AU

“Designed for ease-of-use, the Ricoh PX digital camera lets you take photographs just about anywhere. With a stylish flat-design body, waterproof (3M), shockproof (1.5m) and dustproof construction, and optional colour-coded silicone jackets for added protection, the Ricoh PX is perfect for people who enjoy an active, outdoors lifestyle, and want to capture all of those precious moments. Sporting an internal 5x optical zoom lens with 28mm wide-angle for capturing a wide range of scenes, sensor-shift image stabiliser for sharper shots, wide range of dedicated scene modes for easy operation, high resolution 16 megapixel sensor, and HD movies, the PX is a great little camera that provides fun and hassle-free operation just about anywhere.

Movie Feature – captures HD video with audio up to 1280x720p resolution at 30 frames per second. Maximum recording length is up to 29 minutes or 4gb file size, whichever occurs first. Expect to get around 25 minutes of HD footage on an 8GB SDHC memory card”

Check ricohcameras.com.au/Cameras/PX.html for all the nitty gritty details and stats.