The camera's metering system largely manages to produce pleasing exposures.
Most of the time auto white balance performance is also good.
The camera's autofocus system did well to identify the main subject here.
At a mid-range aperture, such as f/4.8, corner sharpness is very good.
The camera has exposed for the darker buildings well, although the blown-out sky shows the typical limitations of dynamic range with such cameras.
As with practically all other compacts under £100, the camera struggles to retain detail at higher sensitivities.
At low sensitivities, details are perfectly respectable for a £70 camera.
Colours are slightly more vibrant than faithful, but results are pleasing nonetheless.
While mainly sound, there are occasions where the auto white balance errs, such as with this slightly cold beach shot.
Slight over-sharpening is visible in this image, which has resulted in some haloing.
There's a little distortion from the camera's optic, particularly visible in shots such as these two.