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RICOH G800

Principal Specifications for the New RICOH G800 Digital Camera

Product Name RICOH G800
No. of effective pixels (camera) Approx. 16.00 million effective pixels
Image Sensor 1/2.3" CMOS (Approx. 16.76 total million pixels)
Lens Focal Length 5.0 mm to 25 mm (equivalent to 28 mm to 140 mm on a 35-mm camera)
F-aperture F3.5 to F5.5
Shooting
Distance
Normal shooting:
Approx. 30 cm to ∞ (Wide-angle) or 50 cm to ∞ (Telephoto) (from the front of the lens)
Macro shooting: Approx. 1 cm to ∞ (Wide-angle), 15 cm to ∞ (Telephoto) or 1 cm to ∞ (Zoom macro mode) (from the front of the lens)
Lens Construction 11 elements in 9 groups plus 1 prism
Zoom Magnification Optical zoom at 5.0 ×, Digital zoom at 4.0 ×, Auto resize zoom at approx. 7.2 × (VGA image)
Focus Modes Multi AF (using contrast AF)/Spot AF (using contrast AF)/MF/Snap/∞ (with AF Auxiliary Light)
Blur Reduction Digital image stabilizer
Shutter
Speed
Still Image 8, 4, 2, 1 to 1/1500 seconds
(The upper and lower limits differ for each shooting mode and flash mode.)
Movie 1/30 to 1/10000 seconds
Exposure
Control
Exposure Metering
Mode
Multi Light Metering (256 segments)/Center-weighted Light Metering/
Spot Metering (TTL metering performed by camera image sensor)
Exposure Mode Program AE
Exposure
Compensation
Manual exposure compensation (+2.0 to ‒2.0 EV in 1/3 EV Steps),
Auto bracket function (‒0.5 EV, ±0, +0.5 EV)
Exposure Range
(auto mode,
center-weighted
metering)
Wide angle: 1.7‒15.4 EV
Telephoto: 3.0‒15.6 EV
(Exposure range for auto ISO calculated using values for ISO 100.)
Note: At 6.0 EV or lower, each drop of 1.0 EV is associated with a 0.25 EV drop in brightness.
Brightness drops by no more than 1.0 EV.
ISO Sensitivity
(Standard Output Sensitivity)
Auto (ISO 100‒3200 in normal mode, ISO 100‒6400 in high-sensitivity mode),
manual (ISO 100‒25600)
White Balance Mode Auto/Outdoors/Cloudy/Incandescent 1/Incandescent 2/Fluorescent/Manual/Ring Light, White balance bracket function
Flash Flash Mode Auto flash (fires automatically in low-light conditions and when the subject is backlit)/Anti
Red-eye/Flash On/FLASH ON (10M)/Flash Synchro./Flash Off
Built-in flash
Range
Approx. 20 cm to 10.0 m (Wide-angle), approx. 40 cm to 6.2 m (Telephoto)
(ISO AUTO/ISO 1600, from the front of the lens)
Charging Time Approx. 8 seconds
Picture Display 3.0" Transmissive LCD, approx. 920,000 dots
Shooting Mode Auto shooting mode/Scene mode (Watermark Options/Movie/High Sens/Firefighting/Skew Correct Mode/Text Mode/Zoom Macro)/My settings modes/CALS mode/DX mode
Picture Quality Mode ※1 F(Fine)、N(Normal)
Number
of
Recorded
Pixels
Still Image 4608×3456、4608×3072、3456×3456、3648×2736、
2592×1944、2048×1536、1600×1200、1280×960、640×480
Movie 1920×1080、1280×720、640×480
Text 4608×3456、2048×1536
Recording Media SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory cards (256 GB max.); Eye Fi cards (X2 series);
internal memory (approx. 6.5 GB)
Recording
Data
Capacity
4608×3456 N: approx. 3702 KB/Screen, F: approx. 6384 KB/Screen
4608×3072 N: approx. 3304 KB/Screen, F: approx. 5689 KB/Screen
3456×3456 N: approx. 2808 KB/Screen, F: approx. 4820 KB/Screen
3648×2736 N: approx. 2367 KB/Screen, F: approx. 4048 KB/Screen
2592×1944 N: approx. 1257 KB/Screen, F: approx. 2388 KB/Screen
2048×1536 N: approx. 831 KB/Screen, F: approx. 1538 KB/Screen
1600×1200 N: approx. 556 KB/Screen, F: approx. 987 KB/Screen
1280×960 N: approx. 470 KB/Screen, F: approx. 815 KB/Screen
640×480 N: approx. 113 KB/Screen, F: approx. 200 KB/Screen
Recording
File
Format
Still Image JPEG(Exif ver2.3)※2
Movie MOV (Images: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264; Audio: Linear PCM)
Compression
Format
JPEG Baseline Format Compliant (photographs);
Baseline Profile Level 4.1 Compliant (movies)
Other Major Shooting
Functions
Continuous mode, Self-timer (operation time: approx. 10 seconds, approx. 2 seconds), Intervalshooting (shooting interval: 5 seconds to 3 hours, in increments of 5 seconds)※3,
AE/AF target shift, Histogram display, Grid guide display, Electronic level
Other Major Playback
Functions
Thumbnail view, Enlarged view (maximum 16×), Resize, Contrast Correction, Skew Correction,Trim, Slide show, DPOF
Interface USB2.0 (High-Speed USB) Micro-B, Mass storage-compatible, HDMI Micro connector (type D)
Power Supply Rechargeable Battery (DB-65): 3.6 V
AAA alkaline batteries (×2)
Battery life
(based on CIPA
standard)※4
DB-65: approx. 400 shots
AAA alkaline: 40 shots ※5
(When [LCD Auto Dim] is set to [On] )
Dimensions (W×H×D) 118.8 mm × 71.0 mm × 41.0 mm (excluding projections; measured according to CIPA guidelines)
Weight Approx. 318 g (including memory card and supplied battery) Approx. 290 g (camera only
Tripod Hole Shape 1/4-20UNC
Date Maintain Time Approx. 3 days
Operating Temperature ‒10°C to 40°C
Operating Humidity 90% or less
Storage Temperature ‒20℃~60℃
Water resistance/Dust resistance Camera only: JIS/IEC Class 8 water resistance, JIS/IEC Class 6 dust resistance (IP68)
  • ※1 The picture quality mode that can be set varies depending on the image size.
  • ※2 Compatible with DCF and DPOF. DCF is the abbreviation for “Design rule for Camera File system,” a JEITA standard
    (Full compatibility with other devices is not guaranteed).
  • ※3 When the flash is set to [Flash Off].
  • ※4 The number of remaining shots is based on the CIPA standard and may vary depending on usage condi-tions.
    This is for reference only.
  • ※5 When using the AAA Alkaline batteries manufactured by Panasonic.

RICOH G800 Software


Windows® Vista Windows® 7 Windows® 8.1 Windows Server®
2008 R2
Windows Server®
2012 R2
1.DL-10
2.List Editor
3.ME1
4.EC1
5.EX1

RICOH G800 System Requirements


Windows®
Operating Systems Supported Windows Vista® Service Pack 2,
32- and 64-bit editions of Windows® 7 Service Pack 1,
32- and 64-bit editions of WIndows® 8.1,
Windows Server® 2008 R2 Service Pack 1,Windows Server® 2012 R2
CPU Pentium®Ⅳ:1.6GHz or faster
Pentium®M:1.4GHz or faster
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo:1.5GHz or faster
Memory 1GB or more
Hard drive space required for installation 300 MB or more
Display Resolution 1024 × 768 pixels or greater
Display Colors 65,000 colors or greater
USB Port A USB port compatible with the above-mentioned computer
  • 64-bit Windows Vista is not supported.
  • If your computer has an upgraded OS, the USB function may not work normally, so it cannot be supported.
  • The provided software may not operate properly if changes are made to the
    operating system, such as with patches and service package releases.
  • If used in conjunction with a hub or other USB devices, the software may not work properly.
  • When dealing with movies and other large files, a larger memory environment is recommended.

SD Memory Card Storage Capacity (Number of Images and Time)

Mode Image Size Internal Memory 1GB 2GB 4GB 8GB 16GB 32GB
CALS
SCENE
([Movie] and
[Text mode]
excluded)
16M 4:3F 1072 151 307 603 1228 2471 4956
16M 4:3N 1848 260 529 1040 2117 4260 8546
14M 3:2F 1204 169 345 678 1379 2776 5569
14M 3:2N 2062 292 591 1160 2361 4751 9532
12M 1:1F 1420 200 407 799 1626 3272 6565
12M 1:1N 2437 343 698 1371 2791 5615 11265
10M 4:3F 1688 238 484 950 1934 3891 7805
10M 4:3N 2898 408 830 1631 3319 6678 13396
5M 4:3F 2859 403 819 1609 3275 6589 13218
5M 4:3N 5361 765 1536 3017 6140 12355 24783
3M 4:3F 4376 623 1254 2463 5012 10085 20231
3M 4:3N 8248 1162 2364 4642 9447 19007 38128
2M 4:3F 6918 975 1982 3893 7923 15941 31979
2M 4:3N 11914 1727 3415 6705 13645 27455 55075
1M 4:3F 8248 1185 2364 4642 9447 19007 38128
1M 4:3N 14297 2015 4098 8046 16375 32946 66090
VGA 4:3F 30637 4650 8781 17242 35089 70600 141621
VGA 4:3N 53614 7556 15367 30174 61406 123550 247838
SCENE
(Text Mode)
16M 4:3 1848 260 529 1040 2117 4260 8546
3M 4:3 4376 623 1254 2463 5012 10085 20231
SCENE
(Movie)
Full HD 1920
(30fps)
45'43" 6'26" 13'6" 25'43" 52'22" 105'21" 211'21"
HD 1280
(60fps)
45'43" 6'26" 13'6" 25'43" 52'22" 105'21" 211'21"
HD 1280
(30fps)
74'55" 10'33" 21'28" 42'10" 85'49" 172'39" 346'21"
VGA 640
(30fps)
207'23" 29'13" 59'26" 116'43" 237'32" 477'55" 958'41"
  • The maximum recording time is the estimated total recording time.