Ricoh CX3 10MP CMOS Digital Camera

Ricoh CX3 10MP CMOS Digital Camera.  The back-illuminated 10-megapixel CMOS sensor significantly increases shooting performance in low-light scenes.
Ricoh CX3 10MP CMOS Digital Camera uses the noise reduction algorithm introduced on the GR DIGITAL III. Performing noise reduction processing on the signal immediately after it is output by the CMOS sensor makes it possible to reduce noise while maintaining resolution, tone characteristics, and saturation.
The noise reduction level can be specified as Off, Auto, Weak, Strong, or MAX. By specifying MAX, it is possible to do sophisticated variance-estimation type noise reduction processing in which the sensor image data’s noise variance is analyzed and the optimum processing is done for each region.

Ricoh CX3 10MP CMOS Digital Camera has dramatically improved image quality performance when shooting low-light scenes.   When the camera is pointed at the subject, the new “scene auto mode” will switch to the optimum scene mode. Since the camera automatically changes to the optimum shooting settings, you can enjoy easy shooting of beautiful photographs.

Shooting has never been more enjoyable. With many other function enhancements, such as the addition of a 1280 x 720 pixel HD movie function, the addition of high & low luminance priority settings for “dynamic range double shot mode” dynamic range expansion effects, and the addition of the “pets” scene mode. The Ricoh CX3 compact digital camera takes another step forward in realizing the Ricoh design concept “A tool you will want to use every day.”

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