Davmax - At a guess you're referring to the FZ100 having RAW (which the SX30 will get via a CHDK 'hack') - and the Fast Continuous shooting. The SX30 does that at 1.3fps - slower than my SX10's 1.4fps.
Usually when current Bridge Zooms are being compared, it's the Canon SX30, Panny FZ100, and the Nikon P100... Sony, Pentax and Olympus also do Bridge Zooms.
Well, I have the "other" one - the Fuji HS10. This is a good camera, particularly in low-light, high-ISO situations, for a P&S - so long as you don't expect it to work well in Auto and Program modes.
It does RAW, 12/7/5/3fps Continuous (5 and 3fps in RAW/RAW+JPEG) - twist-zoom, and good MF if you use it properly. The twist-zoom is very fast for stills shots.
While it does both Full and Std HD in H264/MOV, the twist-zoom video control isn't very good - and the focus and exposure are auto-only. For video, the HS10 is better on a tripod.
While it lacks a few other things, out of the whole bunch mentioned above, the SX30 seems by far the best for video - good zoom control, manual focus and exposure, and easy to use handheld.
There are excellent Reviews on this Forum of the FZ100, SX30, P100, and more.