I started with a phone camera, and progressed through the upgrades and each one got better.
I then got a small fuji, waterproof, normal batteries, sounde great ... until the results... very poor ... put away in a drawer now , doh.
Then i treatd myself to the bridge camera, £250 .. Nikon coolpix, P600 like the one by LL on here.
first of all it was great ... 2 ways to view, twistable small screen and through the viewfinder ... the colours were brilliant and it was fast to use.
Then one day I woke up to find it had slowed right right down ... bought new batteries and charger, which are just as convenient as shop batteries and last ages and you can carry a spare or two. So I still use it but have to put up with its slow slowness (wont pay to have it looked at lol).
The other thing is it is too fragile and bulky to take on the bike .. and also, i notice that the definition is only about the same as my older phone cam, despite it saying it had double the megapixels. Also, it has the very poor converging thing, where uprights slope inwards to the the distant points, meaning cropping may be required in the editing.
Recently i got a new phone, Samsung galaxy A21s (nearly got the Huawei one) and the definition is very good, big screen as phones go, its portable and convenient for the bike, in a large pocket, and high pixels.
So i would say, get a full on expensive camera.. canon or wotever, for great shots, presumably [as not got one], .. or simply get a better phone with very good camera?