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Varied functions for a variety of situations

Embedded Image Clips

■Image Clip shooting flow

Pictures can be described using embedded image clips. For example, you can write the location, photographer, measurements, and other information on a slate, photograph it, and then embed the photo in subsequent shots. You can choose the embedded image’s location (top, bottom, left, or right) and size (large, medium, or small).

Varied functions for a variety of situations

■Equipped with GPS and an electronic compass 

The onboard GPS and electronic compass record the current location and heading with each picture taken for highly accurate positioning no matter what the time or place. The RICOH G900 supports GPS, the Japanese Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS, also known as Michibiki), and GLONASS, can use signals from Satellite-Based Augmentation Systems (SBAS), and can record track log entries once a second for both photos and movies. Set the camera clock using GPS or use the “GPS memory” button to record the locations of selected targets.

■Compare images with Watermark Options

Use existing pictures as a template when composing new photos. Template transparency can be selected from 20, 40, 60, and 80 percent, or photos with the same composition as the template can be compared side-by-side. One way in which this feature can be used is for before and after shots on construction sites.

■Skew correction

Select “Skew Correct Mode” to reduce the effects of perspective when photographing signs, business cards, and other rectangular subjects from an angle. The camera also records the uncorrected photos. Users have the option of displaying guides to help correct skew.

■Haze penetration 

Image processing is used to reduce the effects of mist or haze for sharper images in ports or among the mountains.

■Firefighting mode

Fires are a challenge for autofocus. Firefighting mode fixes focus at 2.5m and heightens ISO sensitivity and sharpness.

■Depth-of-field composites (focus stacking) 

Use focus stacking to create images where every part of the subject, from front to back, is in focus.

■Interval-timer photography

The camera takes photos at preset intervals. Choose from intervals of 10 seconds to 99 minutes (interval-timer photography) or 1, 5, 10, 30, or 60 minutes (time-lapse movies).

Support for FlashAir™ memory cards

Using a FlashAir card* (a SD memory card with built-in wireless LAN), you can upload pictures from the worksite to a distant office or the like. The card’ s wireless LAN can now be enabled or disabled from the camera, helping reduce the drain on the battery.

* Toshiba SD-UWA series W04 FlashAir™ SDHC/SDXC memory cards (available separately from third-party suppliers; for information on using FlashAir cards, see the FlashAir manual).


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