Hello. I have been taking some fairly good photos for the past 4 years with my Sony DSC HX200V. I mostly photograph nature - landscapes and wildlife. The camera is getting pretty beat up from hauling it through our national park system, so I'm looking for a replacement. I bought a Sony Alpha a6000 with the standard lens kit 16-50mm. That was a big mistake. On a side note... I only used it for one trip and now I'm looking to sell it if anyone's interested. Since I value simplicity and need a versatile camera that can shoot almost any scene, I assume another "super zoom" camera is the best choice. Autofocus, high optical zoom capability and a wide range for focal length would probably be the 3 most important factors... correct me if I'm wrong. I could buy another Sony HX200V - they still exist. Optical zoom is 30x. Its minimum focal length is listed as 27mm and maximum focal length is 810mm. Price is $650. Here are the other options: Nikon Coolpix B700 - Optical zoom is 60x. Minimum focal length is 4.3mm and maximum is 258mm. The specs state that the angle of view is equivalent to that of 24-1440mm lens in 35mm format... whatever that means. Price is $450. Sony DSC-RX10M4 - Digital zoom is 100x. Minimum focal length is 24mm and maximum is 600mm. Price is $1,700. Sony DSC HX400V - Optical zoom is 50x. Minimum focal length is 24mm and maximum is 1200mm. Price is $400. Any advice would be great. Thank you.