What we have here is a detailed Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison. We’ll be seeing what makes one camera better than the other, and also what makes any of these cameras best for you.
Now, these two cameras are very different from each other. From shape, to size, to their functionalities; the two cameras differ a lot.
In this article we’ll be doing a detailed description of all the features of the two cameras in this comparison to give you a better understanding.
We do understand that there could be a possibility that you do not have enough time to go through the length of this article as you need to make a quick decision. Well, if that’s the case then you can find your way to our Comparison Overview and Comparison Table sections.
These two sections contain a rundown of all the features that can be found in the two cameras in comparison. We do, however, advise that you go through every bit of detail in order to gain proper understanding of the features and what you’ll be spending your money on.
That said, let’s now get into this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison.
Comparison Overview — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
Where Both Cameras Get It Right — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
Very quickly, we will first be seeing the features of these two cameras that make them similar to each other and worth the buy.
Firstly, the two cameras in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison have two features that will serve virtually every light enhancement need you could have; they are both designed with a built-in flash and an external flash shoe. The external flash shoe feature makes the cameras compatible with an external flash.
Also, the two cameras in comparison support the RAW format of images. This will provide maximum image quality from the cameras.
The LCD screen resolutions of the cameras in comparison are both pretty high. When a camera has a high LCD, the display on the screen will have very good quality for shooting in some challenging conditions.
It is important to note however, that the LCD screen resolution of the Ricoh GR is higher than that of the Sony a6000.
Then, for shooting in some light conditions that could pose a challenge to the proper exposure settings to apply, the two cameras in comparison have the Auto Exposure Bracketing feature.
Where The Sony a6000 Does It Better — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
Now for the features where the Sony a6000 performs better than the Ricoh GR.
First off, the Sony a6000 has an in-built wireless feature that allows it connect to the internet to share files with other devices.
Still looking at wireless features, this camera is Near Field Communication compatible. With this feature the camera can connect to your smartphone to share files. This feature does not need an internet connection.
This camera also allows for the use of smartphones as a remote control device. For the Ricoh GR, the only wireless feature it possesses is an Eye-Fi card.
This camera also allows for flexibility with taking shooting positions. It has an articulated screen that tilts for getting a preview of the scene in some tasking positions. Also for getting a preview of the scene and framing images, the Sony a6000 has a built-in viewfinder.
The Sony a6000 also has the Face detection focus feature. These features mentioned aren’t in the design of the Ricoh GR.
Now, we shall be seeing features that the two cameras in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison both have but the Sony a6000 has better capabilities.
First off, the maximum sensor resolution of the Sony a6000 is higher than that of the Ricoh GR. This feature provides you with image quality and large potential print size.
Finally, this camera has a higher flash coverage, color depth, battery life and continuous shooting mode this camera does a better job.
Where Ricoh GR Does It Better — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
For the features that make the Ricoh GR a better camera, the weight of this camera will make it a big favorite for people who plan to carry the camera about. It is a very lightweight camera.
This camera also has an in-built timelapse recording feature.
Finally, this camera has a higher dynamic range, larger sensor pixel area, and built-in ND filters.
Where Both Cameras Get It Wrong — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
The two cameras in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison lack two features that affect the kind of work that they can do.
The first is a built-in image stabilization feature. This feature is supposed to help the photographer avoid blurs while shooting with the camera hand-held.
Then the second is an Environmental Sealing. Without this feature the camera could get damaged when exposed to weather elements including water and dust.
Individually now, the Sony a6000 has a pretty thick body that could be a problem when fitting into a bag.
As for the Ricoh GR, this camera has a very poor battery life. Also, shooting in some positions with this camera would be very uncomfortable as it doesn’t have an articulated screen.
Our Opinion Of The Price/Value Ratio — Sony 6000 Vs Ricoh GR
When it comes to the price tags placed on the two cameras in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR, the prices differ with a pretty significant margin. And just to be clear, the Sony a6000 is the more affordable camera.
For the camera that offers better value for your money, we would have to go for the Sony a6000 on this one. This camera generally speaking has better features than the Ricoh GR.
As much as our opinion matters, the most important thing is what you want. These two cameras serve different purposes. There are things the Ricoh GR can that the Sony a6000 cannot and vice versa.
So, whatever camera gives you the best value for your money still depends on your budget and what you have in mind to do with the cameras.
Comparative Brand Strengths — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
Sony is a Japanese company that is very popular in a lot of fields. They have lines in entertainment, gaming, and many more. Now, when it comes to optics, Sony is known as the world’s biggest brand for mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras.
Sony as a camera brand is the second most popular camera brand in the world, they come second to Nikon and Canon who share the top spot.
As for market strength, this camera brand is very popular and trusted in the European market. With the rate at which mirrorless cameras are stealing the spotlight in the industry, Sony cameras have started gaining more popularity in the American market.
First off, Ricoh is also a Japanese brand. This company isn’t as popular as Sony in the world of cameras. This company majors in imaging and electronics and they started off their digital camera line in 2011.
As for the Ricoh GR series, it is a series of point and shoot compact cameras. Before the evolution from film cameras, Ricoh used this GR title for its film cameras.
However, Ricoh also has a range of SLR cameras, interchangeable lens cameras, security cameras, and lenses. One of the most unique products of the Ricoh Company is their 360° Spherical camera.
In the world, Ricoh is rated about the sixth biggest brand in the interchangeable lens market, and number eight in the global camera market.
Comparison Table — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
|Face Detection Focus||Yes||No|
|Max Sensor Resolution||24 megapixels||16 megapixels|
|Continuous Shooting||11 frames per second||4 frames per second|
|Battery Life (per single charge)||360 shots||290 shots|
|Flash Coverage||6 meters||5 meters|
|LCD Screen Resolution||922k dots||1.230 dots|
|Time-Lapse Recording||With Optional App||Yes|
|Sensor Pixel Area||15.28µm2||23.14µm2|
|Built-in ND Filter||Yes||No|
|ISO Range||100 to 25600 can be expanded to 51200||100 to 25600|
|AE Bracketing Range||±5 EV||±2 EV|
|Near Field Communication||Yes||No|
|Smartphone Remote Control||Yes||No|
A Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR Comparison Video
What Situation is Each Camera Best For? — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
|The Sony a6000 is a camera that can fit almost any job description. It might not perform perfectly for all purposes, but, its performance will always be well above average. Features like its high sensor resolution, face detection focus, tilting LCD screen, and lightweight, make it just perfect for doing sports photography.||The Ricoh GR has a very large APS-C sensor. This feature alone makes it a camera to be wanted for several reasons. However, this camera is only best for you if do daily photography. It has a large sensor, a good enough sensor resolution, it is very lightweight and very compact. Carrying this camera on a voyage will be an absolute breeze. Considering the fact it will not be too burdensome neither will it be occupying a lot of bag space.|
|The only major thing to watch out for with this camera is its lack of environmental sealing. So for our wildlife and landscape shooters, this camera might be prone to damage in such environments.||This camera also doesn’t have environmental sealing, so you might have to be very careful with the regions and conditions you expose it to. Also, the battery life of the camera isn’t very reliable, so, it would be necessary to carry extra batteries when on the move.|
Common Features — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
Now that we are done with the overview of the features and capabilities of the two cameras in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison, we shall now be taking a taking a deeper look into these features and how they function.
First, we’ll be seeing the features that can be found in these two cameras that make them similar.
When it comes to photography and cameras, there are two major sources of artificial light enhancement. The first is the Built-in flash, while the other is the external flash.
The built-in flash is a light enhancement tool that is designed as a part of the body and system of the camera. This implies that some settings made in the camera will also affect the built-in flash especially settings pertaining to light and exposure on the image.
That said, the built-in flash of a camera has its limits. There are some situations where the built-in flash might not be powerful enough to perform to the satisfaction of the photographers, this is when the external flash becomes necessary.
The external flash is a tool that you have to purchase separately; it isn’t part of the camera. It also has its own settings.
Now, not all cameras are compatible with external flashes. So, for a camera to be compatible with an external flash, it must have a feature called the External Flash Shoe. This is the component that allows you mount an external flash onto the body of the camera.
Thankfully, both the Sony a6000 and the Ricoh GR have a built-in flash and an external flash port.
RAW is a file format for saving images and videos in cameras. The reason this feature is worthy of a mention is the level of quality and creative flexibility it offers.
For digital cameras there are two basic formats for saving files; JPEG and RAW. Let’s take a quick peek at these file formats for better understanding.
The JPEG format is the world’s most commonly used format. From mobile phones to websites and various devices, this format is very well supported.
Photos saved in the JPEG format are usually small in size, so they don’t consume a lot of space and aren’t usually a problem when trying to download.
However, when the camera is set to save images in the JPEG format, the camera automatically compresses the image. This editing reduces the detail in the image, thereby, reducing the quality and size also.
The RAW format, on the other, is an exact opposite of everything the JPEG format is. First off, it is not very widely supported. This is majorly because files saved in RAW are usually very large in size.
Still, the interesting thing about this format is that photos saved in RAW are untouched and unedited. When the camera is set to shoot in RAW, the camera saves the exact image as it was shot. Every inch of detail is saved.
Most times the images cannot be used like that, so, you can take the liberty of manually doing all the editing you want on the image to your taste without compromising quality.
The two cameras in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison both support the RAW format of images.
The video resolution of a camera is simply the number of horizontal lines stacked on top of each other from the top to bottom of the screen. It determines the size of screen the video can be displayed on without compromising quality.
High video resolutions will be displayed on large screens, while low video resolutions will be displayed on smaller screens. If the size of a screen exceeds the limit of the resolution of the video, the video will lose its quality and appear blurry.
There are a lot of video resolutions that cameras shoot. However, there are two major resolutions that most modern cameras have that we’ll be talking about.
These resolutions are known as High Definition (HD) resolutions. The first is the 1080p resolution. It has 1080 horizontal lines stacked on each other from top to bottom that are 1920 pixels wide. Videos in this resolution are restricted to HD televisions and HD monitors to retain their quality.
The second is the 4K resolution or 2160p. This is one of the highest video resolutions that digital cameras can shoot currently. It has 2160 horizontal lines stacked on each other from top to bottom.
This resolution has two dimensions, the first has lines that are 3840 pixels wide. This resolution is commonly used in television and consumer media. The second 4k resolution has lines that are 4096 pixels wide, this one is known to be used in the movie projection industry.
As for the two cameras in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison, they both have the same value for their video resolution and that is the 1080p full HD resolution.
A Ricoh GR Video Quality Demonstration — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
High LCD Resolution
Sometimes, it is uncomfortable and practically impossible to use the viewfinder for shooting photos and videos in digital cameras. In situations like this the preview of the image is seen through the LCD screen of the camera.
Now, the resolution of this screen determines the quality of display you get on the LCD screen of the camera. So, the higher the value of the LCD screen resolution, the better the quality of display is.
Taking a look now at the resolution of the LCD screens of the two cameras in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison, they both have very impressively high screen resolutions.
However, we do have to point out that while the Sony a6000 has a 922k dot screen resolution, the Ricoh GR does better with 1230k dots.
Auto Exposure (AE) Bracketing
There are shooting situations that could be a bit of a problem for photographers as regards exposure settings. Situations like these include scenes with a lot of shadows and variations in the lighting of the scene.
Before this feature called the Auto Exposure Bracketing came to play the only resort in situations like this was to test and shoot at different exposure settings one after the other till one hit on the right one. The problem with this is that it wastes time.
Now, the Auto Exposure bracketing feature is what helps with this issue. This feature allows the camera take multiple photos (mostly 3) at different exposure settings automatically based on the light condition of the scene.
With this feature you never have to worry about missing a nice shot as a result of exposure setting issues. The two cameras in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison have this feature.
No Image Stabilization
A big challenge for a lot of photographers is turning out blurry photos while shooting hand-held. This blurs are usually caused by slight shakes and movements the camera suffers while the shutter is still open.
It is for reasons like this that the Image Stabilization feature becomes important. This feature functions with two gyro-sensors. And these sensors are what detect the angle and magnitude of the movement and adjust to counter the shake, thereby, preventing the blurs.
Both of the cameras in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison don’t have this feature.
No Environmental Sealing
One of the most common causes of damage to cameras is contact with weather elements like moisture, dust, and snow.
It is the environmental sealing that keeps the camera safe from these elements. This sealing is made of rubber and silicon materials and they can be found in places where there are slight openings that could be entrance points of the weather elements.
The two cameras in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison aren’t designed with this feature.
Unique Features — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
In this section, we shall now be seeing the features that can be found in one camera and not the other.
There are a lot of wireless features that can be found in digital cameras that perform different purposes. A function like file sharing is one of the major things that wireless technology has influenced in digital cameras.
Wireless technology has also created a lot of fantastic methods and tools for remotely controlling the digital cameras. Let’s now see a few of these features that can be found in the cameras in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison.
This wireless feature is what allows the camera connect to the internet. Some cameras with this feature allow you to also share your images straight to your social media pages with family and friends.
With this feature, you can have your files saved on your computer without having to carry it around. All you have you do to share files is to have both devices connected to the internet.
Once the connection is made all that is needed is for the location where the files will be saved to be on the computer, and voila the files are sent and safe.
For the two cameras in comparison, only the Sony a6000 has the ability to connect to the internet and share files.
This feature is also a wireless tool. However, it functions with a card called the Eye-Fi card. When you get an Eye-Fi card, it is already set-up.
What to do next is to plug the card into the USB reader of the computer then install the software that will allow for using the card via Wi-Fi.
After this the next and final step would be to configure the network(s) that will be connected to the card, and set the location on your device where the files will be saved.
This feature also allows you to setup social media sites and pages where you would want your images and videos shared on. This feature is unique to the Ricoh GR in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison.
Near Field Communication
The Near Field Communication connection is also a wireless file transfer feature and it doesn’t require internet connection.
The NFC is basically a convenient method for connecting with NFC-enabled mobile devices like smartphones and tablets wirelessly with the camera. This connection allows for communication between the camera and the smartphone.
That said, it can only be found on the Sony a6000 in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR.
Smartphone Remote Control
This feature is one of the best forms of remote control of the camera. All that you need is to have a smartphone, there is no need to purchase any extra remote control tool.
What makes this feature even more interesting is that it provides a preview of the scene being shot and also allows you to access some menu options and settings without having to be around the camera or having contact with it.
This feature is also unique to the Sony a6000 in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison.
Earlier in this article, we spoke about how important the LCD screen of the camera could become in using the camera for various shooting purposes.
This feature is also one that is unique to the LCD screen of the camera. An articulating screen is a screen that can be turned in different directions.
Articulating screens are designed in three different types. The first is the tilting articulated screen, the second is the fully articulating screen, while the last is the cross-tilt or flex-tilt screen.
The tilting screen also known as the tiltable articulated screen is designed to move about just one axis. This permits it to only tilt slightly upwards and downwards.
The fully articulated screen also known as swivel screen is designed to move about two axes that are at right angles to each other. This allows the screen to both tilt and swivel.
The cross-tilt or flex-tilt screen is designed to move in a variety of angles. This screen can move horizontally, vertically, and can also rotate in different angles while staying aligned to the axis of the camera lens.
For this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison, only Sony a6000 has an articulated screen, that of the Ricoh GR is fixed.
The viewfinder of a camera is a tool the photographer uses to properly compose and frame images before shooting. The thing about this feature that makes it best for composing images is the stability it offers as a result of having the hands close to the body while shooting.
Viewfinders are in two basic types; electronic and optical.
The electronic viewfinder (EVF) is commonly found in mirrorless cameras. However, some DSLR cameras have started to incorporate the electronic viewfinder into their design.
The electronic viewfinder does not need any mirrors or prisms to function. Using the electronic viewfinder is kinda the same as looking at a very small LCD screen.
When the camera is placed on the scene to shoot, the sensor of the camera records the view on the scene and then electronically projects the view to the small screen.
The optical viewfinder (OVF), on the other hand, is much different. This viewfinder works with the mirror mechanism of DLSRs. This viewfinder functions with a set of reflex mirrors and a pentaprism.
For DSLRs with an electronic viewfinder, these make use translucent mirrors in place of the regular reflex mirrors.
Now, there are some cameras that don’t have a built-in viewfinder. For some cameras, the only resort would be to make use of the LCD screen to perform the function of the viewfinder. And for other cameras, they are compatible with external viewfinders that you purchase separately to add to the camera.
As for the cameras in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR, the Sony a6000 has a built-in electronic viewfinder, while the Ricoh GR requires an external viewfinder if you must use a viewfinder with your camera.
Face Detection Focus
If your intention for purchasing a camera is to shoot portraits and/or children photographs, then you’ll need to pay attention to this feature as it will influence the kind of result your camera will turn out after shooting.
What the Face Detection Focus does is to detect the human faces in the scene being shot and place the primary focus on them. It does this using the noticeable features of the human face, the camera detects the face in the scene.
What this feature really does after detecting the face in the scene is to lock onto the face. This process keeps the face in focus and keeps it as the primary subject in the image which makes it helpful for taking children photos as kids find it pretty difficult to maintain a particular position.
This feature can only be found in the Sony a6000 in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison article.
Have you ever come across videos of some phenomenon or activities happening at a weirdly different pace? For example, watching the blooming of a flower, or movement of clouds during a weather change.
This effects are created by a shooting technique called time-lapse. Time-lapse basically messes with timeline in videos. What actually happens is that the frame rate at which the video is shot is way more widely spread out than the rate at which it will be displayed.
This then results in time-lapse where the activities that would usually take hours or even days in reality viewed in few minutes.
For this feature, only the Ricoh GR in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison is designed with this feature in-built. For the Sony a6000, you’d have to download the time-lapse recording feature which might cost a bit.
Built-in ND Filters
ND filters are Neutral Density filters. The essence of this filter is to reduce and/or modify the intensity of colors and wavelength of light that enters through the camera lens. This filter has no effect on the hue and colors in the image.
You can only find this feature in the Ricoh GR in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison.
A Ricoh GR Demonstration Video — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
A Sony a6000 Demonstration Video — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
Unique Pros — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
For this section, we’ll now be seeing all the features where one camera does better than the other.
Pros Of The Sony a6000 — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
- Firstly, this camera has a lot of interesting wireless features, these include; Wi-Fi connectivity, NFC connectivity, and Smartphone remote control.
- Also, shooting at certain positions with the Sony a6000 will not be an issue thanks to its articulating LCD screen.
- Furthermore, this camera has a built-in electronic viewfinder. Therefore, proper composure for images will not pose a problem for the user.
- Also, this camera would be fantastic for shooting portrait photographs as it has the Face Detection Focus feature.
- The sensor resolution of this camera is higher (24 megapixels) than that of the Ricoh GR (16 megapixels). This simply implies higher image quality, and potential larger print size.
- Also, in continuous shooting mode, the Sony a6000 shoots 6 frames per second more than the Ricoh GR.
- Although the battery life of the Sony isn’t exactly very impressive, in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR comparison, the Sony a6000 has the better battery life.
- Furthermore, the two cameras in comparison both have built-in flashes. However, the flash of the Sony a6000 covers a longer range than that of the Ricoh GR.
- When it comes to ISO range, the maximum ISO value of the Sony a6000 is double that of the Ricoh GR. This is as a result of the expandable nature of the former’s ISO value.
- Finally, the color depth of this camera is slightly higher than that of the Ricoh GR. This means that the camera will pick up more color information from the scene being shot.
Pros Of The Ricoh GR — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
- First off, the Ricoh has a higher LCD screen resolution than the Sony a6000, providing better display on the LCD screen of the camera.
- Also, this camera is a way lighter camera than the Sony a6000.
- Furthermore, this camera has an in-built time-lapse recording feature.
- This camera also has a higher dynamic range in this Sony a6000 vs Ricoh GR. And this feature determines the maximum whites and blacks the camera can capture.
- Also, this camera has the larger sensor pixel area of the two cameras.
- Finally, the Ricoh GR is programmed with built-in ND filters.
Unique Cons — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
Cons Of The Sony a6000 — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
- The major con of the Sony a6000 would be its body size. Comparing the thickness of this camera with that of the Ricoh GR we see that it might not exactly be appreciated.
Cons Of The Ricoh GR — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
- The first and probably the biggest con of the Ricoh GR is its battery life. Based on the battery life of this camera, it would be necessary to always carry extra batteries on you.
- Also, this camera isn’t very impressive in continuous shooting mode, shooting just 4 frames per second.
Common Pros — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
|Built-in Flash||This is a light enhancement that is integrated as a part of the camera system.||Same as the Sony a6000.|
|External Flash Shoe||This feature allows you to mount an external flash onto the body of the camera. The external flash is an extra light enhancement feature and also essential for flash photography.||Same as the Sony a6000.|
|RAW Support||This is an image format that offers the highest image quality possible by a camera.||Same as the Sony a6000.|
|High LCD Screen Resolution||This feature provides you with quality display on the LCD screen of the camera.||Same as the Sony a6000.|
|AE Bracketing||This feature is a very helpful tool for shooting under tough lighting conditions that could make exposure settings a challenge.||Same as the Sony a6000.|
Common Cons — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR
|No Image Stabilization||This feature is meant to help the photographer avoid blurs as a result of slight shakes while shooting with the camera hand-held. However, said feature is absent in this camera.||Same as the Sony a6000.|
|No Environmental Sealing||This feature is meant to keep the camera protected from damage caused by contact with weather elements as it is designed to keep them out. The Sony a6000 also isn’t designed with this feature.||Same as the Sony a6000.|
What Users Think About Both Cameras — Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh
|Overall, users are very impressed with the weight of this camera, and its articulating screen. These two features get a lot of accolades from users as some of the reasons they love this camera. Also, the image quality and wireless features of this camera are things users mention to be a big plus of purchasing this camera.||As for the Ricoh GR. users are very impressed with the features of this camera, a lot of users mention that it is perfect at its price. The image quality, size, and weight of this camera kept getting all the praise. For travel and street photographers, the camera was highly recommended. Also, the user interface of this camera satisfies a lot of users. It is said to be user-friendly and quite intuitive.|
|However, there are issues that kept popping among users. The first is the battery life draining out very quickly, while the other being that the camera might not be the best choice for shooting videos. The latter is attributed to the absence of a microphone port.||The issue that was commonly mentioned by users (which doesn’t come as a surprise) is the battery life of the camera not lasting very long. So in your travel kit it is essential that you also pack a lot of extra batteries for the camera. Also, users aren’t very impressed with the performance of this camera under low-light situations.|
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Sony a6000 Vs Ricoh GR – Our Take
|This camera in one word is spectacular. Going through all the features this camera offers, it would be unfair to call it anything less. It is, however, not possible to say that the makers of this camera got it all right as there are one or two features that could have made this camera heaven in a frame. Still, it would also be very unfair to judge this camera based on what it doesn’t have when it has so much to offer.||For the Ricoh GR, we feel that it would be very important to take note of all the features the makers of this camera squeezed into such a small body of a compact camera. Also, even considering more how it has fared when placed against a Semi-pro camera from one of the world’s largest brand, we would like to say that this camera deserves some accolade. However, despite having all these great features, we can’t say that this camera is there yet. But, it does have features that serve fantastically well when put to proper use. So, we can also say that the pros kinda outweigh the cons on this one.|
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