Thank you .. I am going to look at the Canon power shot tomorrow. If I am right you can delete photos that are not so good and reuse that space? If old dogs can learn new tricks so can this old woman I guess.
As a tech geek my advice would be to know your budget before you go in. Cameras are pretty much the same across the same price ranges $50-100, $100-150, $150-200, etc. Tell the store salesperson you want something simple to use. The camera should have a removable media card (SD, Mini or Micro SD are popular). Removable media makes it much easier to transfer to any computer and you can find extra cards most anywhere (even a super market). Get as many MP (megapixels) as your budget allows. The higher the MP the better the shot. Most cameras have auto focus on them, but a camera with a "mode selector" is easier to use. just choose the mode; portrait, scene, day, night, group, beach, etc.
Canon, Sony, Fuji, Samsung and Panasonic are all reliable cameras. My favorite budget cameras are the Sony Cyber Shot and the Canon Powershot.
Once again it is all about your budget. Cheap to someone is expensive to another and visa-versa. Just remember how much you want to spend and go from there.
Once you do your shopping, either buy there or go to Amazon. You may find the same camera for less there. If not, head back to the store.
Buying a camera is fun....hope you can find the right one for you. Sent from my iPhone using Petguide.com Free App