JVC GC-PX10 Digital Camera Review$899.95
While shooting still photography, the GC-PX10's color gamut is extremely inaccurate. Just about every single color is off by a significant margin, and this means shot will look less natural, less convincing, and less lifelike; especially shots with human subjects. Our tests were also 17% oversaturated, which worsened the already-poor score. More on how we test color.
Color performance is therefore much worse than many cameras at a fraction of the price. Canon's PowerShot 100 HS, for example, nearly triples the GC-PX10's score, yet only costs $150, to the PX10's $800.
Color mode options are not available, since the still capabilities of the GC-PX10 are somewhat limited in general. We think color modes can sometimes confuse the shooting experience, so we don't mind their absence here.