i am in the market for a digital camera. i've reviewed a lot of them, i'd just like some opinions. my dream camera is fuji s602z but it is like $600. i will either save for that or get something much simpler for now. my style of photography is mostly still. i'd like something with moderately flexible ISO so that pictures will come out decent in low-light shots. capturing fast-moving sports, etc, is of least concern, in fact the blur of someone's legs as they walk is sort of a neat effect in my opinion. i'd really like a manual focus and wouldn't care whether auto was present. manual aperture and shutter settings would be icing on the cake; though i've never used such options before i'm sure they would be very handy. an optical zoom of at least 4x would be pleasant. 6x would be ideal. the macro, correct me if i word this wrong, i'd like at around the max distance of a couple inches - i really do like close up shots. film speed - i guess data recording speed for digital - would be ideal at around a second but since i mostly do still photography it's of less concern. and finally mega-pixels. i really don't know a lot about this, but i'm hoping for hi-res and fine quality images as still shots would call for. i would be printing the images at probably no larger than 8x10 in, and as for screen resolution i care for little above 1024x768. it would be awesome if someone could recommend a camera for my needs.