I am no expert on photography and don't really know what to look for in the fine detail. I was out in the garden today, finishing off the mowing, and decided to take a few photos with my new Sony Z5 compact phone. I took the photos using "superior auto" and the resolution was 20MP (16.9) so pretty much "point and shoot". There are advanced settings but I haven't got into them as yet.
Anyhoo..... the picture quality doesn't look too shoddy to my eyes but I'd like you guys honest opinion with regard to the fine detail.... you know, the type of stuff they go on about when reviewing a camera. One reviewer summed up the Z5 thus:
"It's a great camera for those who look at images as a whole and don't study the details.
But it has three problems. The first is that the real-world detail rendition is not that good. Small sensors and high pixel counts don't mix, and only the braver camera makers acknowledge this. The Z5 uses noise reduction processes so powerful that delicate textures and patterns are all but obliterated."