Ricoh Unveils the Caplio RR750 Entry-Level Compact

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Ricoh Caplio RR750 Digital Camera

Ricoh has updated its Caplio camera line with the Ricoh Caplio RR750 compact. It’s an entry-level 7-megapixel shooter replacing the Caplio RR730 model by offering a 2.5” color TFT-LCD monitor with higher resolution and a more powerful lens.

The RR750 is designed to make it easy to use. Its six scene modes – Auto, Program, Portrait, Landscape, Sports and Night Scene – should give grandma the novice user the confidence to take photos anywhere, anytime.

It can shoot movies, of course, just like any digital camera nowadays, in good old VGA res.

Macro? No problemo. It can get as close as 6cm to a subject and take its photo up close.

Other conveniences: it’s got 32MB memory on-board so you can shoot right out of the box (it also has an SD card slot for expansion), and it uses standard-size AA batteries which are readily available.

[Via: PhotographyBLOG.com]

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