Choosing the right bridge camera for wildlife photos

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Choosing the right bridge camera for wildlife photos

Hi.

I am new here.

I have a trip coming up, involving some photography of very small Australian marsupial wildlife in the bush (woods) that is endangered. As well as taking photos of general tourist attractions - city skylines, coastlines, inland, forests, island sights, dolphins in waterways, other wildlife on land - island reserves or wildlife reserves.

My dilemma is, out of the: Canon PowerShot SX70 HS, and Panasonic Lumix FZ80, which would be better/more suitable for me? (As I cannot afford a DSLR, or Mirrorless camera.)

I only photograph occasionally, and I read elsewhere online, that apart from the Canon PowerShot SX70 HS having a small sensor that is poor for using in low light conditions. Apparently, some owners/users have experienced getting blurry images when using the 65 x optical zoom. I want to avoid any blurriness with my photos.

Canon PowerShot SX70 Panasonic FZ80/FZ82
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