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Just in time

It seems the announcement of the new Ricoh Digital GR4 could not be more timely. I have started having focussing issues with my GR3 and although I have reset everything the problem still remains.

So now I am in the market for a New 'Point & Shoot'. Obviously I am Very happy with The GR3, and the GR4 looks like an instant purchase. However until I see some real-world reviews on the camera I will hold off. Slot has happened in the small street camera market and although loyal I would love to get my hands on one for a week or so and see what I can come up with.

So until then my Leica M8 will have to fill the void, it just doesn't fit in my pocket as well.....

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  1. Im sticking with GRD3 for a while. I will probably upgrade to GRD4 just before the GRD5 is announced! (lol)

    Nice blog


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