I know there's a dedicated photography thread but I don't want to clutter that thread up any further. Since before Christmas I've been looking to replace my current Bridge camera because it is becoming rather temperamental, and the further I get into looking the more confused I get. I'm really used to having the zoom that my current bridge camera (Samsung WB100) has, but everywhere I look you seem to get people going 'oh no you don't want a bridge camera their sensors are awful'... but as far as DSLRs go I've got even LESS of an idea of where to begin. My Bridge camera list has been narrowed to these three: Kodak AZ651, Fujifilm S1, Panasonic FZ72 . The first two have the advantage of a twistable screen which would be a bonus because I will be using it for youtube videos as well, but the Panasonic has the advantage of being a more well renowned brand (the Fujifilm technically is too but it's such an old model I'd have to buy it second hand from CeX). Maybe someone here knows of something that would suit my needs that hasn't crossed my mind? IDEAL CAMERA - At least 26* Zoom (which is the zoom my current camera does) - Full 1080p Video (I'll settle for 720p if absolutely have to but as I do want this for youtube...) - GREAT Macro (My current camera's macro doesn't allow you to get that close and is causing issues for figure reviews) - Manual Focus may help with the above... - Twistable screen is preferred but I will settle for a camera with WiFi capabilities where I can use my phone/tablet as a screen instead if necessary (but it needs to not reduce the video quality - someone was complaining in the reviews of a Fujifilm camera (S9000W i think?) that if you started recording via the phone it would only record in 620x480 rather than the full HD it can do). - LESS THAN £200 (If possible. The Kodak I listed above is £240ish new right now, but I know some new models have started being announced from people like Panasonic so hoping for maybe an end of line deal). EDIT: - My current camera is 16.1 megapixels but I know depending on the sensor size a larger sensor with less megapixels would actually give better quality (and this is where I start to get a headache...) Any help appreciated.