Hi, Wondered if anyone had any experience of these. I suppose I do. I have an SLR (Sony Alpha A450 which I wouldn't recommend) and when its back screen went and I was faced with a massive cost for repair, I bought a Nikon Coolpix L340 instead. I've had good use out of both and I'm thinking of buying again. I find that both cameras give about equally satisfying photos (for my needs) on static subjects (i.e. trains) but the SLR wins out on moving targets (i.e. trains). The bridge obviously wins out on lack of faffing around. The Coolpix doesn't have a Shutter Priority mode and so I tend to stick it in 'Sport' mode but wondered if anyone had any experience of newer bridge cameras with a Shutter Priority mode such as the Panasonic FZ82 or the Canon SX540. These quote shutter speeds of 1/2000 and ISO's of 6400 and 3200, respectively which I would have thought adequate for all but the fastest of fast trains (and who ever sees any of those). So if these were any good, I'd be able to combine my 2 cameras down to 1 and as added bonus, since I video as well, I'd not have the SLR mechanism clicking away over video footage. Any thoughts appreciated on whether my thinking is straight or whether it is just all too good to be true.