Hey Everyone, I am unable to decide on a digital camera with the following requirements. Good zoom (like the Canon A510), video and audio capture, able to take good night shots (without a tripod), able to take good concert pictures (without a tripod) and which is within a price range of under $300. I have a list of the cameras that fall within my price range as I am purchasing this on a gift card and must by from a certain store. 3 Megapixel Cameras Kodak EasyShare CX7300 3.2MP Digital Camera Canon Powershot A400 3.2MP Digital Camera Kodak EasyShare CX7330 3.1MP Digital Camera Olympus D-535 Zoom 3.2MP Digital Camera Canon PowerShot A510 3.3MP Digital Camera Canon PowerShot SD200 3.2MP Digital Camera 4 Megapixel Cameras Fuji Finepix A345 4.1MP Digital Camera HP PhotoSmart M23 4.0MP Digital Camera Samsung Digimax A400 4.0MP Digital Camera HP Photosmart M407 4.1MP Digital Camera Olympus D-545 4.0MP Digital Camera HP Photosmart R607 4.1MP Digital Camera Sony Cyber-shot DSCS40 4.1MP Digital Camera Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S60 4.1MP Digital Camera HP PhotoSmart R607 BMW Williams.F1 Team Special Edition 4.1MP Digital Camera Panasonic DSC-LS1 Lumix 4.0MP Digital Camera 5 Megapixel Cameras Pentax Optio 50 5.0MP Digital Camera Kodak EasyShare CX7530 5.0MP Digital Camera Hewlett Packard Photosmart R707 5.1MP Digital Camera Fuji FinePix E510 5.2MP Digital Camera The main thing I am looking for is good zoom with great picture quality in low light conditions such as a concert without the use of a tripod or additional flash. I am currently leaning towards the Canon SD200 Digital Elph and the Canon A510 (the only problem with the A510 is many people have had problems in low light conditions). I am also unsure of the quality of certain brands with digital cameras (ie. Sony and Panasonic) although I know that they both make great electronic devices. Please help me narrow down the list to find the best camera. After more research I am currently leaning towards the Canon SD200 Digital Elph because of the reviews I have heard on the low-light image quality. Thank you for your help in advance.