Ricoh WG 30 Review

By August 11, 2016Sporting Goods
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  • 16 megapixel backlit CMOS sensor offers plenty of image detail.Wide angle 5X internal optical zoom lens (28-140mm equivalent) provides versatile capture of subjects near or far.
  • Waterproof to 39 feet - perfect for use when submerged. Shockproof, ruggedized design protects from drops up to 5 feet. Crush proof construction withstands weights up to 220 LBF (pound-force). Cold proof to sub-freezing temps of 14 Degree.
  • Enhanced Digital Microscope mode uses 6 macro LEDs for perfect focus and smooth, even lighting. Instant Illumination Enhance feature.
  • Capture video in widescreen 1080p HD at 30 frames per second.
  • Pixel Track and Digital Shake Reduction ensure sharp, blur-free images.
Crushproof: Being able to withstand up to 220 pounds of force make the Ricoh WG 30 an extremely durable camera that you won’t have to worry about when thrown into your adventure bag.
Image Stabilization: Optical image stabilization offers superior camera shake reduction over digital image stabilization, making sure your images come out sharp and free of blurring.
HDR: Built-in High Dynamic Range helps create images that are vibrant and pop with saturated colors and lifted shadows. This feature allows this camera to take images worth sharing without having to edit them.
BSI-CMOS: Back side-illuminated CMOS sensors allow for the collection of more light and create images with less digital noise. This is especially helpful in low light situations.
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Shutter Speed: With a shutter speed of 1/4000, this camera has to rely too heavily on image stabilization and aperture to ensure sharp photos. Which is too bad, because if this had better shutter speeds, you’d be hard-pressed to take a blurry photo.
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About David D.

David D. was an all-star athlete in high school and has been passionate about sports his entire life. Long after he hung up his cleats, he shifted focus to the outdoors, becoming a hiking guide and a fishing instructor. If it’s a product that’s used in any type of exercise, he’s probably given it a try at some point.