Jan. 11th, 2011

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Does anyone out there know enough about digital cameras to help me figure out what I need? I'm looking for something that can do good print-quality food photography, so

-good easy macro functions
-Can deal with suboptimal lighting conditions
-Not too bulky (carry in large purse)
-Easy to set up picture( need to get right shot within a minute or so)


Budget is probably in the $300 range, though I'm likely somewhat flexible on this. I'm not really a trained photographer, so having the default setup work pretty well is important, though having some flexibility would be good too.

Right now I'm using a $100 Kodak 10.2 megapixel point and shoot, and it's not quite cutting it.

Thoughts?

ETA I ended up with a FinePix 1800, which seems to be doing what I need. Thank you for the help.
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