Ruben123 - As any long-zoom Bridge-Zoom camera can't be other than a "package of compromises" (I have 3 of them) - the Makers seem to "bias" their products towards one or other function mode.
Canon's SX30 is clearly biased towards its excellent Std HD Video - other functions, RAW, Fast Continuous, JPEG IQ, are either missing or somewhat limited.
Fuji's HS10 is biased towards low-light, high-ISO and very Fast Continuous - its Std and HD Video control functions are difficult to comment on, as it "zooms" jerkily-woefully and doesn't have any others... (Yes, I have one.)
Panasonic's FZ100 seems to bias towards stills IQ - while getting a good range of functions and Video - but at the cost of lower ISO noise.
Users with any of those cameras will be "working around" the compromises in their particular camera, and hopefully enjoying the functions towards which theirs is "biased".
And about every second or third post they make across several Forums, they'll be getting used to being advised to "get a DSLR".
If I'd bought a DSLR every time I'd been advised to, over the last 4.5 years and 3 Bridge Zooms - I'd now have a warehouse-full...
Well, I've been saving busily for quite a while - to "get-a-DSLR" - and I'll soon have a Pentax K-R...
Not because of all the "Advices" to "get one", over the past several years - but because such a device seems to be an excellent "accessory" for the collection of K-mount and M42 lenses now decorating my display-cabinet....