Yes, I am back. After receiving such good advice a couple of years ago when I was purchasing a 'bridge' super zoom camera (I ended up getting the Panasonic FZ100 and have been very happy with it), I am now after a compact camera but still with a good/long zoom, and with wifi. I am going to the USA again this year - visiting San Fran, Las Vegas, Anaheim and Denver. But instead of carting around my FZ100, I am thinking of getting a more compact camera to take to Disneyland and various sporting events (NFL, Baseball and Ice Hockey). And now they seem to make compact cameras with longer zooms (perfect for these sporting events, I hope). I will still take my FZ100 for general sightseeing, I think, but use the compact elsewhere. I don't want to spend a lot as it will be my second camera, not my main one, so am looking around $250AUD. I want the best that my money can buy -longest zoom, quickest, best in low light, wifi, panorama, etc. I also want sharp images but as I am not a real photography buff, I probably can't tell the difference like some can (eg ISO and noise talk causes me to glaze over!) I was initially looking at the Canon Powershot HS 280, but it is a little out of my price range here in Australia. So I have narrowed it down to Fuji Finepix F800EXR or Nikon Coolpix S6500. I am leaning towards the Fuji, although it is a little more expensive than the Nikon (by $50), but it has a longer zoom (x20 instead of x12) and a better battery life. Not sure which camera is better at night or in lowlight, and which is quickest (shot to shot, powering on, etc)? Can anyone advise which one I should go for? Am I making the right decision in getting the Fuji?