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Ricoh CX3 Specs

Ricoh CX3 Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
DateFeb 2010
Compatible memory cardsSD,SDHC
Internal memory88 MB
Maximum memory card size32 GB
Display diagonal7.62 cm (3")
Display resolution (numeric)920000 pixels
Built-in microphone
Ports & interfaces
Lens system
Optical zoom10.7x
Digital zoom51.4x
Focal length range (f-f)4.9 - 52.5 mm
Weight & dimensions
Width101.5 mm
Depth29.4 mm
Height58.3 mm
Weight185 g
Light exposure
ISO sensitivity80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200
Light exposure modesManual
Light meteringCentre-weighted, Spot
Picture quality
Camera typeCompact camera
Megapixel10 MP
Image sensor size1/2.3"
Sensor typeCMOS
Maximum image resolution3648 x 2736 pixels
Image stabilizer
Video recording
Maximum video resolution1280 x 720 pixels
HD typeHD
Motion JPEG frame rate5 fps
Video formats supportedAVI
Focus adjustmentAuto
Auto focusing (AF) modesContinuous Auto Focus, Face tracking, Single Auto Focus, Spot Auto Focus
Auto Mode focusing range (tele)1.5 - ∞
Auto Mode focusing range (wide)0.3 - ∞
Flash modesAuto, Flash off, Red-eye reduction, Slow synchronization
Flash range (wide)0.20 - 4 m
Flash range (tele)0.28 - 4 m
White balanceAuto, Cloudy, Fluorescent, Incandescent, Manual
Scene modesClose-up (macro), Documents, Landscape, Night, Night landscape, Portrait, Sports
Photo effectsBlack&White
Self-timer delay2 s
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery life (CIPA standard)310 shots
Battery typeDB-100
Colour of productViolet

Ricoh CX3 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2011-01-11
While not the first name you may think of regarding digital cameras, Ricoh has some interesting products such as the CX3 model. ...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-29
Great optics; excellent exposures; HD video
I was surprised by the unveiling of Ricoh’s new CX3 digital camera not too long after the CX2 arrived, but the difference between these siblings is remarkable. After spending a lot of time with both the CX1 and CX2, the CX3 had some large shoes to fi...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-23
Good colour in shots; well built; nifty features,Pricey; poor video quality; images sometimes not sharp enough
Ricoh’s cameras tend to be on the bulky side, and the CX3 is no exception: compared with the slim, svelte models from other manufacturers, it’s built like a tank.A large 3in screen takes up most of the back panel, and there aren’t many buttons or contr...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-23
Good colour in shots; well built; nifty featuresPricey; poor video quality; images sometimes not sharp enough
Ricoh’s cameras tend to be on the bulky side, and the CX3 is no exception: compared with the slim, svelte models from other manufacturers, it’s built like a tank.A large 3in screen takes up most of the back panel, and there aren’t many buttons or contr...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-07
No other compact camera comes close to matching the CX3 for continuous performance. It set off at a startling 4.8fps in our tests, slowing to 3.3fps after 25 shots as our SDHC card struggled to keep up. Elsewhere, it was fast but not exceptionally so, ...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-27
An innovative compact that is easy-to-use Ricoh has been making compact cameras aimed at pro photographers for the past few years with great success, the GR Digital series proving particularly popular as an alternative to a DSLR. The CX3 is a point-an...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-29
Good zoom range; 10mm macro mode; excellent LCD display; high-end featuresWeak 720p movie mode; image quality is limited by the sensor; utilitarian styling
The Ricoh CX3 is no ordinary compact superzoom. It looks pricey at around £300, and the Ricoh brand doesn't have the cachet of Canon, Nikon and others. But Ricoh's packed in plenty of interesting features, including a 10.7x zoom, pitching the CX3 at...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-25
We’ve just published our review of the new Ricoh CX3 – an update to the Ricoh CX2 – it features a new 10 megapixel back-lit CMOS sensor, 720p HD video mode, 16:9 aspect ratio, new Pet scene....
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Reviewed on 2010-04-15
Ricoh CX2 vs Ricoh CX3Ricoh CX2 Ricoh CX3,
Click on the thumbnails to open the larger images.Matt Grayson takes out the new Ricoh CX3 and its older sibling, the Ricoh CX2, to see if the new features are worth shouting about.When manufacturers release a new model, some consumers blindly upgrade ...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-12
Certain settings, such as white balance, exposure compensation and ISO can be accessed by prodding the joystick control in the upper right corner, but otherwise you'll need to resort to the menu system on the back. The 3in screen is as high resolution as...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-06
In a nutshell, the Ricoh CX3’s 10-megapixel is back-illuminated, which means it's more sensitive to light than a regular sensor. This, coupled with some pretty effective noise reduction tech, makes the CX3 one of the best compact cameras around when it comes to low-light results.There's also a decent range of the zoom lens (10.7x optical zoom) and the built-in anti-shake tech to counter unsteady...The CX3 lacks the ability to shoot in RAW – the Canon G11, for instance, manages to feel more like a serious photographer’s camera than the CX3 despite its roughly similar price.It’s also a bit large compared to some rivals. Like the G11, it’s just a little too large to sit comfortably in a trouser or inside jacket pocket....
The Ricoh CX3 is a premium compact that offers the latest back-illuminated CMOS sensor. Just like the Sony HX1 and WX1 snappers that were acclaimed for their superb low-light performance Ricoh has stuffed something similar into its own camera body.The ...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-01
Featuring a new back-illuminated Cmos sensor and 10.7x optical zoom, the CX3 is the latest in a long line of digital compact cameras from Ricoh that can be traced right back to the Caplio R3. The 10-megapixel CX3 is an upgrade to the CX2, which in turn...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-31
LCD screen, Design, HD video additionNo Raw capture, lack of manual control
Ricoh certainly haven't hung around recently when it comes to updating their digital compact cameras. The first model in the CX series debuted towards the start of 2009, with the CX2 following a little more than six months after. This circa six-month l...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-15
Pluses, Highquality metal finish, Fast focusing and instant shooting possible, Nice LCD screen (VGA resolution), 720p HD videoMinuses, No manual exposure setting, Noisy zoom and focusing, Lens lacks sharpness in telephoto mode, Slightly long recycling time between photos, No optical zoom and averagequality sound in video mode
Carbon Copy With a CX2 still hanging around the office, we couldn’t resist comparing it side-by-side with the new CX3.It turns out that the camera bodies are identical to such an extent that even the texturing of the grip bears no noticeable differenc...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-09
Snappy low light performance, sturdy built, good screen and featuresChunky body
The Ricoh CX3 is the latest premium compact camera to offer a back-illuminated CMOS sensor. Cast your mind back a few months to the launch of the Sony HX1 and WX1 snappers and you may remember them getting “mad props” for their superb low light perf...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-05
Superb low-light abilities. Crystal clear screenChunkier than some rivals. No HDMI-out
Teamed up with the CX3’s updated noise reduction tech, the CMOS delivers some truly impressive results. Even as the ISO is nudged ever higher, noise seems to rarely affect picture quality – things stay sharp, even when you switch off the flash and sho...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-25
At modest lens focal length settings and at ISO speeds of 200 or less the image quality is outstanding. Exposure and white balance are impressive. Lens sharpness and image resolution are generally good. We like the consistency of results, particularly ......We took the CX3 out to a street festival on a cloudy-bright afternoon and could see little or nothing on the LCD. The time must come when camera makers admit that an optical viewfinder is essential.
This 10 megapixel camera comes with a “back illuminated” CMOS sensor which is said to offer better low light performance. In effect the order of layers in the sensor sandwich are rearranged to increase light capture, improving the signal to noise rati...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-24
HD video recording. Excellent LCD display. Excellent macro modeNo manual controls. No RAW capture
The CX3 is the third iteration in Ricoh's compact zoom series, going head to head with other zoomy compacts from the big name manufacturers. There are a few innovations in the CX3 package but, at the same time, we're also disheartened to see the CX se...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-23
Impeccable build quality, Very fast, Very fastLow quality 3200 ISO setting, No manual exposure controls, Occasional over-exposure
I've always been used to Ricoh launching about one new camera a year, but over the past 12 months the company has gone into overdrive, launching the CX1 , then upgrading the lens to launch the CX2 last September. Now just six months later we have the new ...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-22
Broad, creatively expansive focal range thanks to implementation of 10.7x optical zoom, excellent LCD visibility due to higher resolution screen that isn't normally found in its classPriced at a slight premium for what it is, basically, a point and shoot camera, introduced very soon after the relatively identical CX2
Ricoh might not make the coolest looking digital compacts - in fact, design wise, they're uniformly rather drab. But at least the manufacturer channels its efforts towards where it matters most, namely the cameras' image quality plus useful wide-angle...
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