Thanks. I'm still surprised by the shots I can get with it given it has a 1/2.3" sensor.
I had sold off all of my bridge cameras (various Nikon models) soon after I bought my first DSLR, a D5600. A while later, I found that some Panasonic bridge cameras had many of the features I liked about my DSLRs...things like selectable focus points and especially the ability to be configured for back button focus, a "must have" for me.
I started with an FZ1000 with a 1" sensor, gifted it to a family member and got the MkII version. Eventually I added the FZ300 that can maintain an f/2.8 aperture over its complete zoom range and is splash/dustproof. A downside of these cameras is that they only use contrast detection (vs phase detection) autofocus but they're both great "grab and go" cameras IMO.