Seventy-three owners reckoned that the product was able to produce good images. Two years ago P. Norman mentioned on Amazon “The ability to automatically capture and combine different focused images (focus stacking) into one image is ideal, I used this in many of my rock pool pics” in their review of this digital camera. R. Patel wrote on Amazon “The camera itself takes great photos”. P. Norman also said “Pics - hopefully attached to this review are some of my sample images, blue sky pic shows fully zoomed out” in their review.
Seven people who purchased it considered that it had a good picture resolution. Bestbuy.com mentioned “Great Resolution”. Bhphotovideo.com mentioned two years ago “Lots Of Shooting Options” in their review of this digital camera. S. Porter said in their review of this digital camera on Amazon “It gets 4 stars as opposed to 5 because I might have expected more mega pixels”.
Six owners who reviewed the product agreed that it was good in low light. Bestbuy.com rated the product a maximum of 5 stars and mentioned in their review of this digital camera “Good in Low Light”. A_reviewer mentioned “The HDR funtion underwater gives great results in low light”. L. Cairns mentioned in their review of this digital camera on Amazon in April last year “It's great in low light and the underwater functions are excellent, with good quality pictures as a result”.
Four owners who reviewed the product mentioned that it had a good image sensor. Smeags wrote in their review of this digital camera on Johnlewis.com “As it has a depth sensor I would have thought it could have shown your depth on the screen”. Two years ago Bosky Badger mentioned on Amazon “Image quality is typical for a small sensor camera, perfect for web use”. Amazon Customer wrote in their review of this digital camera in April last year “It is quite heavy for its size and it has a very small sensor” and gave the product a rating of the highest possible rating of 5 stars.
One customer wrote in their reviews that the product was good at handing highlights and shadows in pictures. Bobby said on Bhphotovideo.com “The JPEG's crush the blacks, whereas the RAW has information in the shadows to play with” in his review of this digital camera.