Summary: I'm a 'older' novice and am having a difficult time actually practicing taking pictures with the XZ-10 while following the directions. it seems like most of the settings have something that is just giving me difficuty. Personally, having an on-line video explaining the features and giving examples of the photos that are possible for each setting would be very good. Until then, I am plodding through this print up of the on-line instruction book.
Excerpt: The small sensor / high pixel density really lets this camera down! If Olympus had chosen to go with a 9 or 10 megapixel sensor rather than the 12 megapixels, image quality could be far superior. Why do manufacturers keep cramming more pixels into a sensor than necessary. The XZ-10 has 75% higher pixel density than the Lumix LX7, putting it at a severe disadvantage.