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Overall photo quality from the Fujifilm FinePix Z33WP is mediocre. The biggest issue is that pictures lack sharpness regardless of ISO. Noise is a problem across all sensitivities as well. Shots taken using settings up to ISO 400 are suitable for prints below 5x7 inches or Web use. I can't recommend this camera for low-light or action photography due to the poor high-ISO results.

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This was taken at ISO 100. Notice the mottled noise on the baby's cheek as well as the general softness of the image.

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The situation doesn't improve in macro.

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Purple/blue fringing around high-contrast subjects is at typical amounts for its class.

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Colors were passable from the Z33WP. In our lab tests, blues were off, but other colors were decent. In field tests, things looked fairly natural, though somewhat washed out.

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