Despite all the fuss about interchangeable-lens cameras over the past few years, it's actually the superzoom segment that's been growing the fastest. Their enormous zoom ranges can come in handy for shooting sports, nature, and candid photos from faraway. Aside from the incredible telephoto capability, these all-in-one shooters are great "step-up" cameras for developing photographers looking for more control, better performance, and cooler features than what entry-level point-and-shoots (and camera phones) offer. We've reviewed just about every serious superzoom out there, and here are our top picks.
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