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Olympus D-320L Test Images

Outdoor portrait: Slight greenish tinge, and less-saturated colors, but natural skin tone and good balance overall. Excellent detail, good "shape" in the red roses.
Indoor portrait, flash: Good balance between the flash and available light. Natural skin tone, good color balance overall.  
Indoor portrait, no flash: Nice color balance. Preserves some of the warmth of the incandescent lighting, while retaining good color overall.  
House shot: Excellent detail, good color, relatively few compression artifacts.  
"Musicians" poster: Excellent detail, slightly cooler tone leaves caucasian model a little pasty-faced.  
Macro shot: Good but not outstanding close-up capability. This shot taken with studio lighting, but on-board flash does good job up close.  
"Davebox" test target: Slightly lower color saturation on the MacBeth chart particularly in the reds and yellows. Bright green swatch also a bit undersaturated. Excellent highlight detail, moderate shadow detail.  
"WG-18" resolution target: (Technoids only) - Visual resolution of ~575-600 line pairs/picture height horizontally, ~550-575 vertically, relatively little aliasing.  
Viewfinder accuracy/flash uniformity target: Target is well-centered horizontally, but pushed to the top of the frame. (Compensate by aiming ~10% "high" when using the optical viewfinder.) Good flash uniformity, with only slight falloff at corners.  

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