I'm looking to update my (very old) camera. I currently have a Canon S5, and I think I'm going to stay with a superzoom camera unless there's a beginner dslr that's within my budget. Here's what I'm looking for: Budget: $350-400 (although I'd be thrilled to find something good for less!) Size: Small is not a priority for me Optical zoom: I loved having a superzoom but am willing to be talked out of it Image quality: a 10. Very important to me. Manual modes: yes Camera use: mainly taking pictures around the home and of kids Big prints: want pictures to be of decent enough res to allow for this Will you be shooting a lot of indoor photos or low light photos? Yes, if possible Will you be shooting sports and/or action photos? Yes (see above, re: kids Brand preference: I've always had and been happy with Canons. Am willing to try something new. Other preferences: I prefer an optical viewfinder and rotating LCD, if there's something within my budget with those features Are there particular models you already have in mind? I was considering the Canon SX540 or SX530. Is the 540 a significant improvement over the 530? And how does the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200 compare to those? It's older but does have the viewfinder and rotating LCD I prefer. Is its ease of use/quality/low light performance similar to the 540? Will switching brands bring with it a big learning curve? I'm open to hearing suggestions of other cameras, too.