Images are usually pleasantly natural straight from the camera at the default settings.
This bright scene required 1EV of positive exposure compensation to avoid underexposure.
This shot taken with the Pentax 120mm macro lens shows how restricted depth of field can be at f/16.
Here's the f/22 version which has a slightly sharper background.
The detail in the stitching of these boots is very impressive.
Using the automatic white balance setting produced a slightly cool image in the dappled light here.
Using the daylight white balance setting produced a slightly warmer image.
It's a little on the large side for street photography, but the 645Z is capable enough.
Noise is extremely well controlled at ISO 6400.
It's pretty good at ISO 204,800 as well, but there's a drop in colour saturation.
It's useful to be able to shoot black and white JPEGs while recording full-colour raw files for conversion.
The metering system has coped well with this bright scene.
Another well exposed images with nice, vibrant colours.