Next-day photos with the Panasonic ZS50/TZ70: I've done the night shot several times with previous tiny-sensor (1/2.3 etc.) cameras, but this image is a huge improvement over previous attempts, even though I'm using ISO 200. The soil-sample collectors make a good sunlit example, and the foliage (always a tough item) is reproduced well. The pelican isn't the best quality, and I may have over-cropped it, but just imaging a bird in flight handheld at maximum zoom (720 mm effective) is a big challenge. I read reviews that say this camera's lens (ditto other similar cameras) suffers a significant loss of quality at the long end of the zoom, yet I think if you subtract out the distortions from air currents etc. at the distances between the camera and those long-zoom subjects, the net loss of quality from the lens isn't serious. In fact, what you get can't be had any other way short of using a much larger camera that costs several times as much. f5.1, 4 seconds tripod, ISO 200. f5.6, 1/250 handheld, ISO 80. f6.4, 1/320 handheld, ISO 80.