I have been helping local animal shelters take better photos of their pets to increase adoptions. I was asked recently by a state organization to give a workshop, and during the workshop many of these shelters seemed to have camera problems. They have junky point and shoots that are not suited to their needs. They are taking pictures of fast moving objects (animals) and sometimes in low light. Often, the pictures are blurry, or the camera drags before it will take the picture. This seemed to be a constant throughout the room when they were using flash. I will not lie to you, I do not use a point and shoot, and have not owned on in over five years. I have been searching the forums, some other review sites, etc, so that I can recommend a new camera. I would also like to raise some money so that I could have some of these cameras donated to the shelters with the most need (eventually). So far, this is what I am seeing that seems to work well and be in a good price range. [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Canon-PowerShot-Digital-Optical-Stabilized/dp/B0011ZCDKS"]http://www.amazon.com/Canon-PowerShot-Digital-Optical-Stabilized/dp/B0011ZCDKS[/ame] Does anyone have any better suggestions? Or a reason the above camera is not a good choice? TIA!