Ricoh Caplio RR770


Released July, 2009

Product Shot 1The Ricoh Caplio RR770 is an entry-level, lightweight digital camera released as a slight upgrade from the RR750. It hosts a larger 3.0” color TFT-LCD monitor, but maintains its predecessor’s 7.1 megapixels resolution and 12x total zoom (3x optical / 4x digital).

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The larger screen allows users to see more, and therefore take better-quality pictures. In fact, the lens can capture images with a resolution up to 3072x2304—enough to produce a large photo print. Also note the RR770’s ability to record films. But really, the defining factor behind this unit is its friendliness to beginners, as the point-and-shoot technology has been improved to allow non-professionals to more easily capture high-quality images. Included also are six Scene Modes — Auto, Program, Landscape, Portrait, Sports, and Night — for adding a tab of creativity to one’s pictures. Other additional aspects include an SD card slot, the option of using a rechargeable battery, and a USB interface for PC connectivity.

Features

  • Entry-Level Digital Camera
  • 3.0” TFT (7.1 Megapixels)
  • 12x Total Zoom
  • Point-and-Shoot
  • Scene Modes (6)
  • Movie Mode
  • SD Card Slot
  • Rechargeable Battery
  • USB Interface

Specifications

  • CCD: 7.1 million square pixels
  • Lens: f=5.8-17.4mm
  • Zoom: 3x optical, 4x digital
  • Shutter: 1/1000 sec.
  • Recording Media: SD (32MB-2GB), Internal (32MB)
  • Resolution(Still): Up to 3072x2304
  • Resolution(Movie): 320x240, 30fps
  • LCD: 3.0” TFT LCD
  • Battery: AA Alkaline or Ni-NH Rechargeable x2
  • Weight: 140.8g

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