While on holiday for the last month or so my trusty Canon Ixus i started crashing, so I need to get a new digital camera to replace it. I am looking for a fairly small camera, so I want a point and shoot camera rather than a SLR. I aim to spend about £150 to £200 but I want something fairly decent. I like the Canon UI, but am totally happy to go to another make. Though I do want something fairly easy to use. It should support macro, manual and long shutter shots but I don't need any more flexibility than the ixus i. A real optical zoom would be nice too, but I did without on the ixus i so I could probably live without it. It also should be quick at taking pictures and not take too long to take them after pressing the take picture button. In terms of megapixels I'd like at least 5, but as I've read on Arstechnica more isn't actually any better so I don't need a camera with too many . Ideally if it supports SD cards that'd be good as I've just bought a 2GB one, but as it only cost £6 switching to a different memory type would be fine. EDIT: Apologies if there is a recent thread on this topic, I Googled and most of the threads it found were quite old so I created this one.