So I have been looking for a superzoom camera that is affordable. Through my research, I have pretty much narrowed it to the Fujifilm S1 and the Fujifilm 9900w. Now I don't know a whole lot about what all the specs mean, but it seems the internals of the two cameras are fairly similar. I like the weather seal on the S1 because I enjoy taking landscape pictures outside. this is not necessary to me though. But, I like that the 9900w uses AA batteries. I like the idea of being able to easily find new batteries if I run out while traveling. I have liked this option on my previous cameras. I'm not opposed to a specific battery type like most cameras have, but I would prefer AA batteries. I would not want to let this sway me to the 9900w if the S1 is functionally superior. I know these cameras aren't super stars in low light conditions, but low light capabilities are pretty important for the pictures I like to take. I found both these cameras brand new online for the same price. So price won't sway it either way. Does anyone have any input on which way I should go? I am also open to other suggestions. But, I would prefer to keep it reasonably cheap. I won't buy a $750 camera that is comparable. This will tide me over for a while until I get my own DSLR. So which camera would you suggest? Or is there a better option? Thanks for reading and I would appreciate any input!