Throwing a few pics up here to show what the camera is like on the 610. It's not stellar, but it is servicable. If you're going to run them through something like Lomogram, then you're probably sorted.
Winter has well and truly arrived, so it is really hard to take any shot at the moment. These were all taken at ISO 200 (ISO 100 was too dark), in natural light and with no flash. It's a relatively noisy ISO 200, but it's good enough if your subject looks best in a soft focus e.g. people. You'll get marginally better quality out of ISO 100 (lowest it goes), but I couldn't use that setting in this light. Generally, the focus seems shallow, which is something that won't improve in better lighting conditions (it only has one aperture, which is f2.4). The colour reproduction is very good and I don't notice anything funky happening at the edges of the frame.
Macro focus setting
A couple hundred metres behind the tree on the left is a 20 storey building. Just over a mile away is the tallest building in the city, which is 170m and lit with all sorts of flashing lights. Both invisible.