Here are a few shots taken for this post.
|Pied Wagtail, Seaton|
Taken in shade late in the day.
|General landscape scene, Seaton|
The sensor handles colour accurately
and image noise isn't a huge issue.
Taken from approx 20ft away.
The image is sharp straight out of the camera.
Several people have asked about capturing birds in flight but to be honest I've never been an 'in-flight photographer so I'm not really qualified to answer that. I'm certain it's performance is going to be similar to other bridge cameras in that respect, i.e. not easy! Unlike DSLRs, the focusing system doesn't respond as rapidly or lock onto fast moving subjects as easily. I've always had better results with bridge cameras by filming birds in such circumstances and then pulling the desired frame from the footage. I will endeavour to try some in-flight shots though and post the results when available.