Seventy people said in their reviews that it was able to produce good images. Aglaecwif mentioned on Amazon “The quality of the images is excellent, though”. Alan Gray gave the product a rating of 4 stars and he said on Amazon “It is ideal for 'beginner' photographers especially when they are interested in family” in his review. Amazon Customer wrote in their review on Amazon four years ago “The shake reduction has been great for taking pics on the move, be it out of a car window or from the back of a tuk tuk” and gave it a rating of 5 stars.
Some people who bought the product thought it had a good picture resolution. Alessandro wrote in their review of the Pentax X5 on Amazon three years ago “I found a great camera, with a high resolution, incredible zoom, Shake Reduction System, tiltable LCD monitor” and gave it a score of 5 stars. David Benham wrote “Understand GOOD features ie easy set up, drive modes to select burst or continuous shooting, timers, remote contol etcTilt Screen” in his review of this digital camera. Robert Simpson said in his Pentax X5 review on Amazon “The screen resolution is decent”.
A number of people said in their reviews that this digital camera was good in low light. Ed.f said on Amazon “The auto-focus is fast, even in low light and the facial recognition thing supporting the multi point focusing is a real treat”. Me "geoff" said in their review of the Pentax X5 “I have posted a photo taken of a young blackbird that was taken in low light at full optical zoom, then cropped a little” and scored the product very highly. Two years ago Witty007 wrote in their review on Amazon “The photos in low light levels are bright”.
A few customers considered that it was able to produce clear pictures. Tony Wrench mentioned in his review of this digital camera on Amazon “The lens gives great clarity on optical zoom” and gave the product a rating of 80 out of 100.
One Pentax X5 reviewer thought the product had a good ISO range. Mr. Peter Jackson mentioned “Most obvious Fn mode to assign is ISO sensitivity, to bypass the menu” in his Pentax X5 review.