The maximum aperture of a fixed-lens camera can make a big difference in low-light performance. On most lenses, f/stop-aperture numbers are on the front of the lens just after the focal length range of the lens shown in millimeters. The camera above lists a max aperture at wide-angle at f/2.8 and f/5.8 at telephoto.

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