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The new Ricoh GR III HDF has a highlight diffusion filter instead of an ND filter. | Alex Parkin, The Verge

When Ricoh launched its very first office copier, the Ricopy 101, in 1955, the product’s popularity sparked a term — supposedly folks would say “make a Ricopy” instead of “make a copy.” And with the company’s current camera lineup, the GR III, they have made a lot of Ricopies, making only slight changes to each of the pocket-sized point-and-shoot cameras year over year.

The latest of which is the $1,066.95 Ricoh GR III HDF. It has the same 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor and external hardware as all of the other GR III cameras, including the first GR III camera that was released in 2019. But what makes it worth talking about today is the new “HDF” part of its name. It stands for “high diffusion filter.” Whereas previous Ricoh cameras had a…

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