I have a point and shoot cam which broke recently, so now I'm shopping around for a replacement... A few things I didn't like about the point and shoot cams in general is their poor low light/indoor performance, and overall lower image quality compared to DSLR's. I take a good amount of macro photos, and ones of people and nature, so I'd prefer something with good short and long distance abilities, and an ability to shoot video at 720p - 1080p at 30 - 60 fps (would be fine with either). There's obviously lots of cameras to choose from, but I'm looking for the best way to spend my money. I'd prefer something that's either new or refurbished (not used), within $400-$800 price range. To my understanding I'd also need two lenses? I've been browsing through Nikon's site, and the basic camera kits come with 18-55mm lenses, while for more zoom they offer 55-200/300mm. What is a point and shoot's optical zoom equivalent to 55-200mm?