Hi again. I'm off to the Royal International Air Tattoo at Fairford in a couple of weeks and was seeking both some tips about equipment and also some guidance about how to take the photos and the settings I would need to use to get the best from what I have. I have seen a few websites which offer some good tips but there is no substitute for experience and I feel sure some airshow enthusiasts on here have their own ideas about what gets them the best results. As I have mentioned before I am only looking to spend £200-£300 and whilst I appreciate I won't be getting the fantastic shots I have seen in some of the photo galleries without the expensive top of the range lenses, I would still welcome any assistance. Taking my budget into account I have been researching the following cameras, Panasonic FZ28/38, Fujifilm Finepix S8100fd, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H10, DSC-H20, DSC-H50 and am leaning towards one of the Panasonic models. There are indeed some excellent Canons on the market but they are very expensive and could turn out to be a waste of money if I decide photography isn't for me after all. Essentially I am looking for a versatile camera that will give me good image quality and is value for money. One of the concerns I have been having is not being able to see the LCD display in bright sunlight and also what are the advantages/disadvantages of not having a twist LCD display? Of the cameras mentioned above which are more likely to make things as easy as possible for me? Thanks. Craig. ps is anybody else here going to the Air Tattoo?