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If you're outside or in good natural light, you could get away with an 8 mp camera I think. Chances are, you're going to reduce the files size anyway to upload it to the web. ( You might as well, because not many people have a monitor capable of viewing mega-HD images.) Always keep a copy of the full -sized file on hand though - or you may end up having to re-take the photo if you find you need to use a larger image.
Investing in the basic (around $100 ) photoshop "elements" software is a good idea, too.
Update, just upgraded to a Canon power shot A2400 IS HD, 16.0 mega pixels.Love it.John Marsdon Watkins wrote:I use a Canon power shot A1100is with12.1 mega pixels .I shot indoors and get perfect results. This camera is easy to use,.has every thin you need. It was recommended to me by a pro and it sells my work. Price abt $135.00
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