20 Most Recent Ricoh Richo KR-5 with 35-70mm f3.5-4.5 Richo Macro Zoom Questions & Answers


That error code appears to indicate 'Op panel to controller problem' see here http://multifunctionalcopier.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/ricoh-error-code-list.html

Ricoh Richo KR-5... | Answered on Mar 21, 2018


I have had the same problem.
Here where I live is a renouned camera repairman.
I took it to him and received the bad news.
He said the "frame" was bent , and it could not be repaired.
It needed to be replaced.
I am really suspicions yours may be also.

We here at "fixya" have no prices or parts for anything.
We are only a consulting group of people.
God bless your efforts.

Ricoh Cameras | Answered on Dec 15, 2017


Unless you have a lens collimator and other equipment to ensure proper alignment when you reassemble the lens, don't even think about taking the lens apart. Take the lens to a reputable camera shop and let a qualified and properly equipped tech handle the cleaning.

Ricoh Cameras | Answered on Aug 30, 2016


If you want to buy it - what you are prepared to pay.
If you want to sell it - what they are prepared to pay.

Ricoh Cameras | Answered on Mar 27, 2016


If you log onto this page Problem with an Order, scroll to the bottom and click on "Contact Us", and log into Amazon, you will be able to contact someone who can help.

Ricoh Cameras | Answered on Dec 28, 2014


That depends on the country. See http://ricoh.com/contact/

Ricoh Cameras | Answered on Nov 11, 2013


Newer lenses tend to be sharper and lighter than older lenses, and with better optical characteristics. Some digital-only lenses are also designed for the smaller sensors of some digital cameras, allowing for further reductions in size and weight. In general, lenses designed for film cameras will work with digital cameras.

If you already have Pentax-mount lenses, by all means continuing using them if you're satisfied with the results.

Ricoh Cameras | Answered on Jul 20, 2012


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Ricoh Cameras | Answered on Aug 18, 2011


Hi, well when you say "Every photo I take flashes white" (sic) however then you say (sic)" (In another camera) the same photos review without problems" Well in this case I feel that the camera itself, the actual image taking and storage are all Ok, what is in fact wrong with your camera is the Display, and or the Display driver and electronics.
So I do not think any settings etc, will indeed have any effect. Rather there is a fault with either the screen itself, the power supply to the screen, or the screen driver electronics.
The only way to remedy this situation is to get this camera looked at by a professional so they can isolate the exact cause and repair it. If you are worried about costings, then the best thing to do, is to ask for a "Quote" for the prospective repairs, this way at the least, one can then when in possession of all the details can then make up pnes mind as to repair or replace?
I say this as many of my customers these days prefer to put any monies, that may have had to be spent on repair, towards a new unit with a warrenty

Ricoh Cameras | Answered on Jun 27, 2011

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