The Ricoh GR series has a long history stretching back to the film era, when they were known for their high quality (particularly for a point and shoot) 28mm lens. Ricoh has continued that tradition of quality as the series has moved into the digital era, and the third iteration looks to be quite a great option for those looking for a quality pocketable camera. This great video takes a look at the Ricoh GR III.
Coming to you from Kaiman Wong, this awesome video review takes a look at the Ricoh GR III. When you think of high quality, compact APS-C cameras meant to be taken everywhere, you likely think of the Fuji X100F. And while that's absolutely an excellent option, Ricoh's camera offers some impressive specs at a cheaper price than Fuji. The third generation features a 50 percent bump in resolution, an updated lens design, improved autofocus, and the introduction of a shake reduction system that has been optimized for the 28mm (equivalent) f/2.8 lens. If you're looking for a camera you can take anywhere that'll offer significant image quality improvements over a phone camera, it's an intriguing option. Check out the video above for Wong's thoughts.