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Ricoh Caplio RR660 digital camera
Caplio RR660
at a glance
2816 x 2112
3x optical zoom
2.4" lcd viewer
2 AA batteries
Ricoh Caplio RR660 review summary
camera date Jul 06  out of production
pixels / class 6.2M  compact digital camera
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Ricoh Caplio RR660 specifications
lens / zoom  34mm - 102mm  (3x) (dig: 4x)
focus / macro  auto / 40cm / 5cm
metering mode  
aperture  F2.8-F4.8
white balance  auto, 4 presets
shutter  auto / ?s - 1/1000s
exposure  +/- 2EV in 0.3EV steps
flash / mode  internal - 4 modes / 0.6m - 2.4m
viewfinder  lcd screen
iso ratings  64 / 100 / 200
image size  2816x2112 / 2272x1704 / 1600x1200 / 640x480
image format  jpeg (exif 2.2)
image compr.  fine / normal / economy
lag/cycle times  
remote control  self timer 10s / 2s
video options  avi 320x240 (20fps)
audio options  
connectivity  usb 1.1 / video (NTSC/PAL)
storage  16MB internal, SD
platform  Windows 98/98SE/Me/2000/XP; Mac OS 9.0 or higher
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03Jul06 Ricoh Caplio RR660 press summary
Forum discussions  Ricoh Forum
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Ricoh Caplio RR660 announcement clippings

Weighing in at a super-light 130g, the RR660's sleek and compact body fits even more easily into the palm of your hand or your pocket. Its simple “point-and-shoot ability” ensures that even absolute beginners will have no trouble presenting their friends and family with stunning digital images. The new RR660 now contains six still modes, giving even more exciting options to those who like to add a touch of creativity to their digital imagery. The Mode dial can be set to Auto, Program, Portrait, Landscape, Sports and Night Scene, as well as the ever-popular Video mode, giving you extensive choice and usability.

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