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You don't see serious detail degradation across the G9's ISO sensitivity settings until you hit ISO 800. ISO 100 looked almost identical to ISO 200 and isn't shown here.

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With its ability to focus as close as 0.4 inch--as long as you're zoomed out to the G9's widest angle--the camera works well for macro photography. (The foreground and background softness in this photo is from the shallow depth of field.)

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There's less of the crunchy, digital feel to the photos with the G9 than with the G7--textures like this stone are more prone to display artifacts like that.

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Areas like those highlighted by insets 1 and 2 are usually prone to purple fringing, and I was surprised to see none at all. The G9 tends to be more prone to cyan and magenta chromatic aberration, like the fringe you can see in inset 3.

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