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Ricoh launched the GR10 in April 1998. While the GR1 was targetted at the professional market, the GR10 was a consumer point and shoot eschewing sophisticated exposure compensation and aperture priority AE controls. The GR10 is nevertheless a very competant camera, sharing many of the GR1's strongest features:
- Ricoh GR lens 28mm F/2.8 with 7 elements in 4 groups
- Magnesium body shell
- Slimline form factor
- Prewinding, with LCD counter that displays shots remaining
- 3 point passive autofocus; no AF assist light
- Reverse galilean finder with brightlines, 3 AF point confirmation, distance indication, parallax lines
- Bulb exposure second counter
Indeed there are some enhancements over the GR1:
- Higher capacity lithium battery to allow more flash firings
- 10% superior flash range
- Slightly lighter weight