Pomoemu tebe nuzhen Canon S80. http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canons80/
Eto kachestvennaja mylnica.
Ili vusheoznachennyj G6. Eshe zavisit ot togo, kakie u tebia pozhelaija k razmeru. Chem on menshe, tem chase s soboj, tem bolshe klevyh fotok. Chem bolshe, chem kachestvennee :) - no togda, opiat zhe, uzhe zerkalka, v chem ja vovse ne uverena. Plusy zerkalki na moj vzgliad - kachestvo, peredacha cveta - esli lubish snimat nebo, vutrazhy, mozajki.
Skorost - esli lubish snimat staruh na rynke i chumazyh arabskih detishek, Nu, liudej , v smysle.
Ne mylnicy - eto sovsem drugoj razgovor, luchshe oral'no.
V promezhutochnuh variantah , kak Lumix, ja razocharovana - kachestvo vse ravno ne to, a taskaesh s soboj ogromnuju duru. Moja zerkalka nichut ne tiazhelee.
No voobshe ego hvaliat: No ne znaju, naskolko on bystryj. Vse nezerkalki dikie kopushy, i ty ne predstavliaesh sebe, kak eto diko besit i kak propuskaesh kadry. http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/panasonicfz5/page11.asp
Conclusion - Pros
Excellent resolution and detail capture - a real improvement on its predecessor
Very sharp results (though see below)
Good, natural color
Superb 12x optical zoom
Effective image stabilization
Small and light, but well built
Comprehensive range of controls
Very fast operation
New high speed focus mode feels almost instantaneous - best in class
Well designed menu system
Nice handling and control layout (and improved shutter release position)
Easy to use
Bright, clear LCD screen
Decent burst mode
Excellent battery life
Superb value for money
Effective noise reduction makes ISO 200 and 400 more usable than predecessor
Conclusion - Cons
Some vignetting and corner softness in macro mode
Images slightly over-sharpened
Manual exposure setting still a bit awkward
No options for converter lenses
No manual focus
Focus at extreme telephoto sometimes hunts, sometimes misses
More noise at ISO 80 than we'd like to see - not a serious issue
Noise reduction at ISO 400 in low light obliterates too much fine detail ('watercolor' look)
Low resolution movie mode
The DMC-FZ5 solves the only two reservations most people had about its predecessor (the DMC-FZ3); fairly low pixel count and slightly sluggish focus (especially at the long end of the zoom). It also adds a bigger, better screen, slightly better ergonomics and seems to have almost entirely removed the vignetting problem that plagued FZ3 shots. Put all these improvements together and you've got an incredibly powerful, incredibly compact camera capable of punching well above its weight. In fact, unless you really want a big camera, or really need manual focus or external flash, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend the FZ5 over the hugely popular, but more expensive, FZ20 - such is the small difference in image quality and overall performance (and with near-SLR speed focus the cheaper camera is much better in one important respect).
There are some minor problems (the LCD and EVF get very murky in very low light, noise), but taking into account the excellent price and overall performance, the pros outweigh the cons by a wide margin.
There is so much to like here - and so little to complain about - that the DMC-FZ5 has to come highly recommended, and certainly has to make its way to near the top of the list for anyone looking for an affordable, compact super zoom camera.