Photo quality is very good, at times excellent, from the FH100. However, a lot depends on the size at which you're viewing them. At 100 percent, subjects look painterly, even at ISO 100. When viewed at smaller sizes onscreen or printed at and below 8x10 inches, subjects appear detailed and sharp. That's not unusual, but Casio seems to have done a better job than most manufacturers. Unfortunately this doesn't make the photos anymore usable for larger prints or for aggressive cropping. And going above ISO 200 only increases the effect. Detail remains strong up to ISO 800, though, and even shots taken at its highest ISOs are usable. In the end, if you're after poster-size prints, you may not be happy with this Casio's output. But if most of your shots are viewed on a computer screen or TV or you commonly make 4x6-inch prints, the FH100's photos are fine quality.