Anyone looking for a digital camera where portability and price are more important than the pixel count should check out the two latest models from Canon. Both feature a 3x zoom lens equivalent to 35-105mm in 35mm terms, and in each case the images are captured onto removable CompactFlash cards.
The 350 PowerShot A20 is a 2.1 million pixel camera, while on the 300 PowerShot A10 you only get 1.3 million pixels.
Also standard across both models are a three-point autofocusing system, low power consumption from AA batteries, and fully automated operation. Full specs can be found on the digital camera specifications compared in the equipment section.