These are 100 percent crops from our test scene
. The FH27's photo quality is good to very good
, but pixel peepers will likely be unsatisfied. Photos are soft even at its lowest ISO sensitivities, but they are consistent up to ISO 400. That means shots taken with plenty of light are quite nice. It isn't until you go above ISO 400 that things get noticeably softer when photos are viewed at larger sizes. Quite a bit of color noise is introduced, too, so things just don't look great, with smeary details and yellow blotching. There are low-light shooting modes on this camera, but the results are really only good for emergencies or at very small sizes. The 16-megapixel resolution is a bit of a waste on this camera; it will buy you more room for cropping or enlarging below ISO 200, but that's about its limit.