It's hard to effectively utilize LED flashes in general - short range and tint are the problems here. Not having an LED flash means you have to use a lower (really low) shutter speed, which leads to more blur. Now, either your own hand blurs the image - it shakes - or the moving subject does. If you rest the Tilt on a stable surface, you can elminate a lot of hand shake blur, but there's still moving subject blur. Also, slowing the shutter speed down has its limits, since a flash can brighten stuff from total darkness. Yet, if you can get the white balance right and not use flash, the results from the non-flash image will probably be less washed out than the flash image.
Image quality is mainly broken down into the size of lens and the sensor - seperate components that are correlated, the quality of each (big is not always quality), as well as the processing software. Lenes that have more elements will cut down on some of the leakage seen in the Kaiser,