Quince No.2 took some sharp photos of the operation floor (5th floor) of Reactor 2 at Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant on February 27, 2012.
The highest radiation it encountered was 220 millisieverts/hour measured at the Reactor Well, only slightly better than 250 millisieverts/hour also at the Reactor Well on the opposite side that had met Quince No.1 on its last trip to the operation floor on October 20, 2011.
Quince No.1 by the way was found on the third floor, bravely holding the position to "monitor the effect of radiation" on itself.
From TEPCO's "Photos for Press" page:
Note the very small white pixels in the photos. Quince uses the fish-eye lens, so the straight lines look curved.
1. Reactor Well direction (east). Neatly arranged rain boots... (Click here for bigger photo.)
2. Spent Fuel Pool direction (east), north side. (Click here for bigger photo.)
3. Spent Fuel Pool direction (east), south side. (Click here for bigger photo.)
4. Looking toward north side. (Click here for bigger photo.)
Orientation, from TEPCO's handout for the press (2/28/2012):
Radiation levels on the 5th floor, from the same handout: