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That means that out of the box, this is how it measures up and its various ISO sensitivities.
Details are soft and smeary from the get-go, but photos taken at ISO or should be usable for 5x7-inch prints or smaller with light cropping. This is after the update, which takes only a few seconds to do and is as easy as downloading the file, putting the file on an SD card, inserting it in the camera, and pressing a couple buttons.
The update seems to have only made a slight improvement to sharpness, most noticeable at ISOThough it seems to have increased color noise above these sensitivities.
The seven-shot JPEG burst mode gives you a fighting chance of getting a fast-moving subject like this runner. However, the photos are pretty average point-and-shoot quality, looking flat and digital.
The top image is a percent crop of the last frame. It certainly helps that it has full manual controls and a starting aperture of f2. Its macro and super macro options are nice to have, too, the latter letting you get as close as 0. Though cropping and enlarging those shots might not be rewarding.
Though a lens with this reach does have certain stalker implications, it does have noncreepy uses such as getting an across-the-field shot of an athlete or a bird high up in a tree or even the moon. The results are predictably soft, but if all your after is getting a shot, the HS10 can certainly accommodate.
Maybe some slight pincushioning when the lens is fully extended, but really nothing worth worrying about. There is some haloing, however. Plus, there are controls to fine-tune them to your liking.
White balance is particularly good outdoors, but indoors was a little green. Again, there is an option to fine tune.
Exposure is good, but highlights do have a tendency to blow out--common for compact cameras. The one catch is your subject has to be still because the camera rapidly takes four shots and then compiles them into one. Well, not this exactly, but you get the idea. There was actually a yellow taxi driving through this scene when I shot it, but the camera removed it.
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