These are crops from the center of our test scene at 100 percent. At its lowest ISO settings, the TG-1 seems to drift between oversharpened or soft and smeary. And really it continues that all the way up to ISO 800; above that things just gets soft and noisy. Unless you're a pixel peeper or need to make prints larger than 9x12, you should be happy with its results below ISO 400.
That's the case with many point-and-shoots, though. The TG-1's edge is the f2.0 lens, which keeps you from having to use higher ISOs when you have less light.
June 15, 2012 11:39 AM PDT
Photo by: Matthew Fitzgerald/CNET
| Caption by: Joshua Goldman
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