sieBie88 - The terms "compact" and "superzoom" are mutually exclusive - if you mean by "compact" a camera that will fit in a shirt-pocket, like, say, a Canon S95 - and by "superzoom", over 24x zoom.
If you also mean the ability to shoot bursts repeatedly without noticeable delays as each burst-set is written to the card before the next burst can be fired - that's more likely a DSLR ability than a P&S ability.
The Panasonic and Sony superzooms seem to have the least delay between bursts, but are slower on RAW / RAW+JPEG than on JPEGs-only.
The Canon SX30 has a burst speed of 1.3fps, and without the CHDK on a card, doesn't do RAW, so doesn't do what you need.
The new Fuji HS20 has JPEG-only bursts "up to" 30 images, but there are already "complaints" about the save-time between bursts. It's rather slower on RAW or RAW+JPEG. It does its fastest burst speed in EXR mode, in which it uses 8Mpix - half of the 16Mpix full resolution, 11fps on JPEGs. At full resolution, 16Mpix, it does 8fps JPEG, and slower saves. You can download the HS20 Manual to check the modes and speeds.
The HS10 (which I have) that the HS20 has just replaced has better standard burst modes - 12fps JPEG for 7 frames saved, at the full 10Mpix resolution. That's at the same image quality as ordinary stills. At 7 or 5fps the number of frames can be shutter-button controlled - the 12fps+ is too fast for that. It also does 3fps JPEG to 'spread' duration. Delay to save after a burst of 7 JPEGs is 9-10 seconds.
It does RAW and RAW+JPEG at the same shooting rates - but saves 6 RAW-only or 5 RAW+JPEG. On 6 x 15MB RAWs, the save delay is about 18 seconds.
So that's not really doing repeated bursts with nil or minimal delay between them. If there are actual Superzooms that do repeated fast bursts without delays between - maybe some kind person can tell us about them - I'd like to know, too...!