The Ricoh GR II keeps astonishing me. When I hit the streets I program the camera in TAV-mode. I assign a shutter speed, depending on the light and an aperture which is f8. The camera then adapts ISO to meet the requirements.
I use snap-mode meaning that the camera does not focus as it is already pre-focused at 1 or 1,5 meters. With f8 everything is sharp between 0.75 and 6 or what meters. There is no shutter lag and the camera snaps an image on the instant I press the shutter button.
This image was taken at ISO 3200 and there is not that much noise. And the structure of the digital noise present is very pleasing.