I take most of my pictures with a HP 320, but I don't know if you can find them anymore.
I have an HP 812 but it EATS batteries and the flash isn't working anymore.
Don't know why
I've got a friend who has an Fuji 6.0 megapix and it takes AMAZING photos, I'm going to buy one-SOON with the MOSTER memory card because hey, my cats are worth it and I do a lot of photos for the internet.
When you're considering a digital camera, the first thing you have to do is figure out what you what to take pictures of. Do you want to take snapshots or are you really "into" taking good pictures?
If you want a camera for just every day snapshots, you can stick with a 3megapix.
If you're going to get serious with pictures, you need to have a 5megapix or better.
The next thing you must consider is how much are you willing to pay? This is an important consideration as you might end up spending more than what you intended and then suffer from shoppers remorse-as I do regularly.
But on the bright side, since the wife split, I don't get those saddle marks on my backside like I use to
For my own shopping, I like to use the website Circuit City has and look at the cameras there. They have useful reviews of the products and in many cases, they are helpful.
Cameras are like C.B. radios, trucks, girlfriends and cats......
You can spend all the money you want
on them and rarely are anything but the cats worth it.