Let's say that all of the factors you cared about in a camera suddenly ceased to matter, except for reasonable image quality in unchallenging circumstances (outdoors, daylight, static subjects) and, most of all, price. It also has to be digital and have a wide-to-normal zoom capability. By reasonable IQ, I mean suitable for printing in a book. (I'm not yet aware what the page size will be.) What would be your choice? I've committed to this project (local history- then & now streetscape photos) but don't really want to muck around with film any more. At the same time I can't afford the E-P2 setup I've been lusting over for months. Just wondering if there's something old and unfashionable in the used market that might fit the bill just for this project? For example, how far back in the Canon DSLR lines can you go before image quality starts to be noticeably lacking in a medium sized print?