Superzoom cameras allow you to capture both wide-angle and extreme telephoto images without needing to swap lenses. They may look and feel like DSLRs, they smaller, lighter, and affordable. Their image quality is similar to point-and-shoot cameras.
A good superzoom camera should have eye sensor for easy switching between the rear LCD screen and the electronic viewfinder, built-in GPS support to automatically add location data to your vacation pics, and a lens that zooms in to an incredible 1,440-millimeter focal length. However, only a few superzoom camer amay ahave all thes euseful features.
The best superzom camera: Nikon Coolpix P610 (60x zoom range, built-in Wi-Fi, GPS support, electronic viewfinder, articulated rear screen, eye sensor to automatically switches between the two)
The second best superzoom camera: Canon PowerShot SX60 HS (wider zoom range, shoot raw images, lacks an eye sensor)
The best small superzoom camera: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX80 (pocket size, 30x zoom, popup EVF, rear screen for selfies)
The best premium superzoom camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000 (one of the largest sensors, shallower depth of field, less image noise at high ISO settings, lens lets in a lot more light, only 16x zoom range)