Caplio R1V

Features1 Slim, compact and packed with leading-edge technology.

Slim, compact and packed with leading-edge technology.
135mm

 

Broaden your horizons with a wide-angle 28mm view.

Ricoh was a pioneer in bringing wide-angle photography to the Caplio series. Our newest Caplio features a wide-angle 28mm view, expanding your perspective far beyond that of common 35mm digital cameras. So you can capture more even when you have less room to work with.

28mm
28mm
Even shop roofs and sky are visible in this
wide-angle shot.

35mm
35mm

 

Introducing Ricoh's Smooth Imaging Engine image processing system.
The brain of a more highly evolved camera.

Images captured from a wide-angle lens are expansive, requiring the CCD to handle greater amounts of information. To process the information rapidly, the Caplio R1V incorporates Ricoh's Smooth Imaging Engine image processing system, which features 12-bit image processing and filtering processing to produce images with natural gradation and very low noise. Our color management software matches the CCD's spectral sensitivity, optimizing color reproduction. For natural images with true colors, the Caplio R1V simply is more advanced.

 

The energy-wise Caplio R1V takes around 490 pictures on a rechargeable
battery.

AA batteries
AA batteries
Rechargeable battery
Rechargeable battery

You get high performance using less energy with the Caplio R1V. Using the camera's rechargeable battery, you can take about 490 pictures * between charges. AA alkaline batteries, which offer a great back-up plan when you're on vacation or working, give you around 200 shots *. Plus, you can run the camera from its AC adaptor. So, altogether the Caplio R1V offers three easy and efficient power-up options. To conserve battery power, the synchro monitor mode automatically switches off the LCD display when the camera is not in operation. The LCD display powers up again when you push the shutter button half down. The Caplio R1V -the digital camera you can relax with.

  • *Based on CIPA standard