The Ricoh CX6 has a built-in flash just in case the low-light-friendly 10 megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor and ISO100 to ISO3200 sensitivity are not enough
Ricoh has added aperture and shutter-speed priority exposure control to the mode dial for more creative freedom
In a series first, the CX6 gains a dedicated movie record button
Ricoh has made some processing and hardware enhancements to the hybrid AF system to make it possible for the autofocus system to achieve focusing times as fast as 0.1 seconds
Ricoh has revealed a much-improved new member of its CX Series compact superzooms. The CX6 has faster autofocus, has had new exposure control options added to the mode dial, includes a new brighter LCD screen and there's a first time outing for a dedicated movie record button. The new point-and-shoot also receives enhanced functionality for shooting movies, new telephoto assist technology, and additional creative shooting options.
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