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It's about as bog as standard gets, and picture quality is nothing to shout about either, with over-saturated colours and a haphazard way with white balance. The flash is pretty harsh too. It launches moderately quickly with a four-second press on the shutter button but our pics too often appeared flat with a distinct absence of vibrancy – it's just not as good a camera as the spec would suggest.

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