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Ricoh GR, the camera I always come back to By Rikard Landberg

This article appeared originally in full at Steve Huff 's website.

Hi Steve!
I have used film Leicas for some years and I truly loved them. While shooting mostly film I have also tried to find a digital camera, but that was not easy! I bought the Ricoh GR (mark 1) and I loved it, but it broke down on me. I then thought a needed the Leica feeling so I tried the Fuji X100t, and I hated it. Don’t get me wrong, it is a great camera with great image quality and great feeling. But all I could think of while using the X100t was that it was not a Leica!
I sold it and bought the Ricoh GR II.  ........
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