After using the DXG-110 from DXGA USA we had mixed feelings about this sub-$200 10MP digital camera. In even good natural lighting, we had found some of the pictures to be noisy and in general, the image stabilization was poor, which routinely led us to using a monopod. The colors were semi-strong but not overpowering during any of our tests. Compared to the Nikon P5000, which is also a 10MP camera, there was a longer shutter lag with the DXG-110. The camera's motor was also quite noisy during operation. The audio/video recording capabilities were sufficient for this budget digital camera. Below are a few test photos using the DXG-110, while several of the original 10MP test shots can be viewed here.