It was good to see the article from Derek Braid (AP 23 January 2021) about using his compact cameras for panorama pictures. We do not seem to have many such articles in AP these days, and even when we do, it is about compacts costing several hundreds of pounds. I started in photography in 1980, and had all the gear and became quite proficient at the art; however, with advancing years, I found that I could not carry all the kit any more, and started to use compact cameras more and more whilst out walking and was very satisfied with the results obtained, such that, about 10 years ago, I dumped the kit and used compacts exclusively. I have taken some quite satisfying panoramas over the past few years, as well as normal-format photos, and have several hanging on the walls of my house. My current kit includes a Sony HX60, a Sony HX350 and a Sony RX100 which I bought recently second-hand. I am very pleased with the results from these cameras, and as I rarely print bigger that A4, the quality is very good. I do have some A3 enlargements made through Snapfish, and these I mount and hang on the walls. So, more articles of this sort, please.