Hey everyone, this is probably one of many "what do I buy" threads albeit with an extra requirement. I used to be the proud of owner of a Nikon Coolpix 4300. I thought the image quality was great. I could take pictures of items for selling on eBay under the fairly dim light I have indoors and the images were really good. Sadly, that broke and I thought it would be better value to pay for a new camera than to pay for a new lens (one of the gears broke, a common problem I think). Wrong. I replaced it with a Coolpix 5200 which just isn't the same despite being so highly rated. I can't explain it - the images just seem really soft around the edges and have really unnatural contrast. It almost looks as if I've covered up part of the flash with my finger while taking pictures. Sometimes even outdoor shots look 'blown out'. Not only that but all too often, the pictures come out out of focus which didn't happen with the last camera. So, I'm looking for a replacement. I'm not into serious photography, I'm just looking for a good compact digital camera for casual/fun use. Image quality is really important to me though because I can spot any deficencies in that area a mile off. I've been recommended a Canon Digital Ixus 40 which does seem great, but I'm looking for another suggestion because all of the pictures I've seen from it look as if there's some form of Noise Reduction that can't be turned off, the pictures look excessively filtered even when NR is set to Off. How do cameras from other manufacturers perform indoors?