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BenQ DC X600 - Test Shots - Full Res Crops

By Cliff Smith

Reviewed:

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  • Recommended by TR
BenQ DC X600

Summary

Our Score:

9

Test Shots - Full Res Crops

Note: These ISO test shots were taken on a very wet overcast day when to be honest nobody in their right mind should be out taking photos, and the haze in the pictures is a result of the lousy weather, not the camera. For these shots, and most of the others, sharpness was set to low.

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Shooting at the minimum sensitivity of 64 ISO produces the best image quality, with good colour reproduction and no image noise.

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At 100 ISO there is still no image noise and the picture is nice and smooth.

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At 200 ISO there is some noise starting to creep into the darker areas of the image, but the overall result is still very good.

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At the highest sensitivity setting of 400 ISO there is a good deal of image noise in all areas. This setting should be avoided under most circumstances.

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Emma453

April 29, 2009, 7:37 pm

Can you still recommend this camera (bearing in mind it's current price of 㿤.01 on Amazon)? My choice is between X600, Benq DC E1000 (but now can't find it online - a couple of weeks ago it was 䀂) or Casio Exilim EX-Z1080. I am a first-time digital camera user and really want a point & shoot camera, but one that takes really good photos.

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