The WG-2's photo quality is overall good for a compact rugged camera, though its 16-megapixel resolution isn't good for much. If you look at the photos at full size, you'll see noise even at ISO 125, and details like hair or fur are smeared. (Take a closer look
and you'll see what I'm talking about.) Noise doesn't really increase as ISO goes up, but the photos get softer and details get more smeared and color quality drops off. When photos are viewed at small sizes, however, there's still perceived detail at the highest sensitivities. If your photos are going straight from the camera to the Web and you're not looking to make poster-size prints, the WG-2 is fine, except at its highest ISOs where, again, color quality isn't great. Still, this is a camera designed for outdoor use, and the WG-2 does very well when it has a lot of light.