There’s also a digital shake-reduction system called Digital SR. Pentax has wisely refrained from describing Digital SR as a full-blown anti-shake mechanism because all it does it boost the shutter speed and set the aperture automatically to reduce blurring. Needless to say, Digital SR is hardly the most effective shake-reduction system around. Oh, and you can also use a face-recognition system when selecting the auto, portrait or natural skin tone modes.
.... got one of these for my missus as a general camera (she doesn't like using any of my SLR's).
I must admit as a happy-joe-click-all camera it fairs fine, if you have this camera for simply just taking a fairly decent shot then it's great. Most Joe Public's don't even know that the orange glow isn't actually supposed to be there so in terms of it's quality in low-level light conditions, I don't think it fails that miserably. Obviously if you know it shouldn't be there and you find the quality in low-light to be poor, your also obviously someone that should have a better camera from the start.
All in all I would have ranked the score maybe another 5% or so higher (this coming from someone who carries around a 350D all the time as play camera).