Ricoh Introduces RR750
Ricoh yesterday launched its new Caplio RR750 as part of the company’s mid-range point-and-shoot product line. The 7.1-megapixel camera adds increased LCD pixel resolution from its predecessor but retains many features from previous Ricoh cameras.
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July 13, 2007 – Ricoh yesterday launched its new Caplio RR750, adding to the company’s mid-range point-and-shoot product line. The 7.1-megapixel camera adds increased LCD screen resolution, while retaining many features from previous Ricoh cameras. Pricing for the RR750 has not yet been announced.
The Ricoh RR750 borrows most of its features from the earlier RR730, including its 7.1-megapixel count. The RR750 also shares the 3x optical zoom and 2.5-inch LCD monitor size. The updated RR750, however, increases screen resolution to 153,600 pixels, up from 115,000 pixels on the RR730.
The new RR750 offers six scene modes and movie capture at 320x240 resolution at 30fps. The new point-and-shoot also has a macro mode for shooting subjects as close at a distance of 6cm, a slight downgrade from the 5cm macro mode of the RR730.
The Ricoh RR750 also carries 32MB of internal memory, and is compatible with SD media. The camera accepts AA batteries.