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The GR design was and still is, considered to be one of the great achievements of camera design in the 20th century, by many photographers The X100F’s design, by contrast is relatively more recent, originating from the X100 of 2010.
As far as pixel peeping goes, the GR III’s toe-to-toe with the X100F.
With no manual focus ring that may slip out zone while its resting in my pocket or in a bag, you know you’re always ready to shoot at your preset distance — no peaking at the screen or EVF required.
2 point to Ricoh Fuji: 0, Ricoh: 2 As with all Fuji X series the image quality is fantastic.
By hybrid, I mean that you can keep manual control, but when you want to focus just press the AF button on the back (positioned perfectly for your thumb) and bang, your in focus for your selected focus point!
This back button focus is exactly what I use for my DSLR shooting and it’s incredibly versatile, especially for street shooting.
Ricoh just got so much right into the prototype that there was little need to reinvent the wheel.