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Shot using the auto settings in all cases, outdoor landscape type photos were generally a bit of a disaster. The camera just can’t cope well with variables of light and shade. In the sample shot the sky is reasonably good but the tree detail is poor, dark and dull. Closer up, with fewer light and shade variables to worry about, the camera did better. The flowers are well reproduced for colour and brightness. This was a fairly close in shot, and focusing is dodgy.

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Samsung C6625

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Samsung C6625

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Samsung C6625

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Indoors, under normal household lighting, the camera again produced variable results. The fairly close in shot of the coloured ball is blurred and not really usable. The cat, backlit by a large window, is bright and cheerful. All of which suggests if you choose your locations you can get passable shots, but that won’t happen every time.

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