Photos produced by the FP3 are OK for casual snapshots in bright conditions, but if you plan to do a lot of shooting indoors or in low light, you should pass on this camera. At and below ISO 200, its photos have little noise and good fine detail despite being somewhat soft. It isn't until ISO 400 that noise and noise suppression soften details and create yellow blotching. Unfortunately, this is the starting point for indoor shooting. They'll be good enough for smaller prints with minor cropping and Web use. At ISO 800, photos take on a soft, painterly appearance and the yellowing gets more noticeable; detail is pretty much gone. At ISO 1,600, photos are for the most part unusable because they are covered in faint yellow splotches along with a good amount of noise.