Colours look natural straight from the camera.
There's a good level of detail in this ISO 125 image, and using the maximum aperture has restricted depth of field nicely.
This bright scene required 2/3EV positive exposure compensation when the Evaluative metering was used to get the highlights look as bright as they should.
This shot was taken at the longest point of the lens using an aperture of f/8, and there's sufficient depth field to cover the whole scene.
The hairs on these courgettes are visible at 100% on-screen.
This shot was taken indoors under fluorescent lights but the automatic white balance system has done a good job and the subtle pink of the roses is rendered well.
Another ISO 125, f/1.8 shot showing the ability to reproduce detail and control depth of field.
Despite being taken at ISO 1250, there's an impressive level of detail in this image.
Even at ISO 5000 noise is controlled very well and there's just a little luminance speckling visible at 100%.
At the widest point of the lens the camera can focus at 5cm in front of the lens in Macro mode.
This image was overexposed by 1EV above the Evaluative metering system's recommendation to give a high key result.
This image would benefit from brightening by 1/3-2/3Ev to bring it a little more to life.
Creative Shot mode
These images show the type of results that are produced in Creative Shot mode. The original composition is shown first.