Pentax has released five sample photos taken bezlusterkowcem Q-S1. Unfortunately, we will not see here any samples taken at high sensitivities – we can see the photographs for it in original resolution. Each of the pictures published by the Pentax registered ISO sensitivity of 100 or 125 – it is impossible for a performance evaluation 1/1 0.7-inch Screen in low light. We can, however, look at the level of detail and sharpness that this 12-megapixel sensor is able to reproduce. For illustration let us take a photo of a sheep, made with shutter speed of 1/125 seconds and aperture f / 2,8 (15-45 mm lens 06 f / 2,8).Now let's look at how to represent the clippings on a scale of 1:1. Probably notice that the level of detail is difficult to compare with SLR or bezlusterkowcami with larger sensors. There is no particular reason to worry – not being a "pixel-peeper", users of Q-S1 should be pleased. Of course, a completely separate issue is the performance matrix at higher ISO speeds – because it is only in these situations becomes apparent real difference between sensors 1/1 0.7-inch and 1-inch slices, APS-C or Micro Four Thirds. By investing in the Pentax Q system gain while the ultra compact size of the equipment itself – and it has to be the most important in the Japanese proposal. All the official photos of examples you will find here .