The above page shows my fuji s602z with an fc-e9 lens and a bophoto.com wooden panohead grip bracket. I don't know if you camera has the same threads as mine but it should be similar. So you would need,
a lens adaptor metal tube that lets you it external screw on lenses holding them infront of the zoom lens, fuji probably makes an official one but cheap ones are always on ebay
step down rings, thread size adaptors which convert the end of your tube to a 46mm female thread.
a fc-e9 nikon fisheye lens which will screw onto your rings
a bophoto.com bracket or agnos.com mrotatorb bracket.
The fc-e9 lens is not great as people say but if you zoom in on it a bit and take three circles around you do ok. You can see the example panorama on the above page, my fuji is 3mp yours is 9mp so you should get better quality. Probably not quite full screen but not too bad for a smaller movie.
All in all if you get the fc-e9 off ebay second hand you are looking at about 250 dollars which will give you a fairly easy to use setup. A slightly strange one but it will work. Not as well as the dslr setups but those would cost at least three times as much.