It has 25 shooting modes, which is a little less than the AZ361, but it's more than enough for the casual photographer.
This camera has 15x zoom, which is a lot for such a little camera. And with 16 megapixels, it makes anything I zoom into pop.
One thing I love about this camera, and the Pixpro line in general, is that it has image stabilization. I never use a tripod, and pictures I take with other cameras would sometimes come out kind of fuzzy. Thankfully, the FZ151 takes the fuzzy out of my photos by compensating for my shakiness.
The FZ151 has a rechargeable battery, which is a must for me. In this day and age, I refuse to buy a camera that still uses alkaline batteries.
I believe in giving the pros and the cons of any product I review, and there is only one aspect of this camera that I did not like.
My passion is flower photography, and I was really surprised that this camera had a macro mode. I was a little disappointed, though, because I had to retake so many pictures when I was in macro mode because the images were blurry. I haven't noticed any problems with blurriness in any other modes, so I think the problem is solely related to the macro mode.
Overall, I think the FZ151 is a good little camera. It takes crisp pictures, it's lightweight, and it's easy to use.