This is a 100 percent crop from the inset image taken at ISO 80. It's basically the best quality you're going to get from the telephoto end of the lens. Viewed at this size, it's not bad (though it's not great, either), but if you're the type to pixel peep, you likely won't want to see its photos at full-screen size.
Along with the photo filters and a handful of other novelty shooting modes is a Live Panorama that lets you capture a panorama simply by panning the camera left, right, up, or down.
If you view it at full size, it's not great, basically looking like a low-resolution video capture. To be fair, with the exception of Sony's excellent Intelligent Panorama, similar modes from other manufacturers' cameras look about the same.