I don't know if the camera is the issue or if it's me. I have an older canon s3is point and shoot. Definitely not dslr quality but got pretty decent reviews at the time I purchased it. It takes so-so pictures. Most of the time, outside shots look good enough for me but I almost can never get a good inside shot. Case in point, last night. My son got his orange belt in karate. I took a few shots during the belt test and some were OK. The most important one looked like crap. Here it is. The place would be considered low light I guess but I wouldn't have thought it was bad enough to get as horrible of a picture. Here's one I took a few minutes later that looks better but then again they were alot closer. Now, I'm know I'm no expert and I don't intend to be but I am pissed i missed this shot (as well as others of my kids) . Was it me or the camera or a combination of both? I don't think I want to delve into the dslr world because I just don't have the $$ for the glass but I need to get better shots. If there is a decent point and shoot for ~$500, that's about all I can afford (and that's stretching it). Any ideas?