I had been looking at this review of the TZ 25. - http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/compact-digital-cameras/panasonic-lumix-dmc-tz25-review-50008170/
and it says that "There's evidence of pin-cushion distortion where the horizontal and vertical lines don't run parallel to their neighbours."
it worries me slightly as the drawings of nerves are all straight lines and with my friends camera there was this distortion as everything seemed to barrel out. I had a feeling this was from the lens and could be tackled by standing further back in using the zoom but I'm unsure.
Is there a way round this or should I look to the TZ 30.
Fundamentally with all the other aspects I preferred the TZ 25.