Well done Una!
I have the excellent little Canon IXUS95IS (I wrote the top review for it) and although it's only a little sub-£100 compact I'm always impressed by the results it gives.
In fact, as I said in the review, I sometimes prefer the results from this to those from my Nikon D90 DSLR, especially for web posting where the original image doesn't need to be re-sized so harshly and so retains most of its quality.
Canon Digital IXUS 95 IS Digital Camera - Silver (10 MP, 3.0x Optical Zoom) 2.5 inch LCD
If your Canon takes AA batteries then I can heartily recommend Sanyo's excellent "Eneloop" models. I told Dr Austin about these when he was having battery life issues and he rates them very highly too. I use them in my Nikon flashgun and my film cameras. My Nikon F100 for instance takes 6 of them, so disposables are out!
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