You want a bridge camera with image stabilisation. Here is a list of our favourite bridge cameras with image stabilisation

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150

The stabilization inside the Panasonic DMC-FZ150 makes it so the 24x optical zoom isn’t as hard to handle as it could be, meaning you needn’t carry a tripod around everywhere.


12 megapixelsHas built-in anti shakeHas a maximum ISO of 6400Has a manual exposure modeHas a large LCD screenHas a built-in viewfinderTakes sd media cards

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Sony HX12Sony DSC-HX1

It’s not often that a camera comes to the market with new technologies that excite camera enthusiasts, but the HX1 does just that. Not only does it offer something new with its panorama sweep and handheld twilight modes, but it also offers a specification as good as that of any other superzoom camera currently on the market.

Good image quality and performance follow, meaning that the HX1 is pretty much the complete package. The price is currently a bit of a stumbling block, but with that bound to fall in the near future, the HX1 looks like a good buy indeed.


9 megapixelsHas built-in anti shakeHas a maximum ISO of 3200Has a manual exposure modeHas HD videoHas a large LCD screenHas a built-in viewfinderTakes ms media cards

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