I just got a used Nikon Coolpix L105 12mp 15x zooming camera. It is less close to a pre-DSLR than some other so-called superzoom "bridge cameras," not having a manual mode and not having the super-dooper zoom range, like 18-40x, which some similar looking cameras that soon followed it had. It certainly is not pro equipment, but a great photographer could take thought-provoking evocative pictures with something far more humble and crude. And alternately, this sort of amateur camera, might be useful for sketch work as a pro develops ideas for projects. So, I was wondering what have others in this forum tried with "superzoom" cameras of this sort that they found interesting as experiments and as photographic thought projects of any sort? Have you discovered any interesting capabilities and limitations among them that are inspirational or instructive? Are there projects or manipulations you can suggest to the inquisitive superzoom owner?