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'SO 800 shots started to get pretty fuzzy'
'By ISO 400, edge definition is already soft, if not terribly so'
'contrast and saturation are average at all ISOs, getting less saturated and contrasty as the ISOs rise.'
'The top sensitivity setting of ISO 3,200 yields extremely noisy images with completely blocked up shadows and fine details.'
'lacks hotshoe and raw file support'
'To the upper left of the lens is a black glossy oval with a non-intuitive icon on it: this is the wireless remote sensor.'
'The LCD is very crisp although it can be hard to use in bright light and I was squinting much of the time I was using it.'
'The DSC-H9 achieves a good balance between the hardware controls and the software menus; providing complete functionality without overly complicating or cluttering up either.'
'fans of large prints, 100% on-screen viewing, or high ISO shooting should probably steer clear of the DSC-H9'
'The handling of the H9 is very pleasant; you can grip it much like an SLR, left hand cradling the lens'
'tons of manual and automatic features'
'The 8.1-megapixel H10 is the successor to Sony's Cyber-shot DSC-H3 and looks nearly identical.'
'poor high-ISO noise profile.'
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