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The Ricoh GR II Camera Brings Subtle Upgrades to a Street Photography Machine

It may not have a fancy full-frame sensor like the new $3,800 Leica Q, but the Ricoh GR II has an extremely strong street photography heritage. Now, it also has Wifi and a few more slight upgrades to round out its feature set.

At its core is the same APS-C sensor that came before it, with a 16-megapixel resolution. The lens is the same, too, giving a roughly 28mm field of view with a maximum aperture of F/2.8. They’re not upgrades, sure, but those were both features we really liked about the first, so that’s not necessarily a negative.
Source (http://www.popphoto.com)
My Mock up from a few weeks ago

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