Shot with the Lumix ZS8 using the burst scene setting. Photos are only 3mb in size but the quality is certainly serviceable.
This setting is also excellent for low light photography, ironically better than any of the ones specifically for low light.
This is the best truly point and shoot setting on the camera as it sets very high shutter speeds.
I think that it achieves all of this by using a relatively small number of megabytes over the entire sensor area. This allows for much greater integrity of each individual pixel – no cramming. That is a best guess though.
For some reason the camera had a problem with anti aliasing on this shot. There are definite jagged edges where the light catches the sides of the cones. The angle of the lines probably contributes to the problem. In all fairness to Lumix I have not noticed this issue with any other shots and this camera setting uses the rougher of two quality options available.