I was wondering, does a digital camera that handles low-light, indoor situations well exist? I'm using a digital camera at the after school program I work at, but the image quality sucks without a flash. I know this happens with digital cameras, but I was wondering if there's a camera today that doesn't get any noise and doesn't blur under low-light situations without a flash indoors. Flashes are pretty annoying for the small rooms in the library, and it sure seems like basic film cameras handle these situations much better. I'm letting the kids use the camera to create a yearbook project with the photos they take. At the moment, we've been using a HP Photosmart 425. It handles the indoor situations better than my own old Nikon that I have at home, but I still see some grain, noise, and blurs. I have a $400 budget to buy a new digital camera for the library (preferably a consumer-level camera). Help me out!