Here is the camera that meets your specifications:
Price starts at $2600 (without lenses).
To get any point and shoot camera with above average "low-light" ability, the price starts at about $400.
And that low-light performance is well below what you want.
I'm looking for a good, not necessarily the best, but good and efficient, point and shoot camera with three things: 1) HD video at 1080i or 720p (preferably 1080), 2) Low Lighting sensibility when recording that video and 3) affordable, somewhere between 100 to 140 bucks.
That's probably too much to ask-- I don't know!
I want a camera that will get me good images without the least of murky, grainy fugliness and that will give me good solid dark tones.
I've looked at these next cameras and they interest me but I can't find any stats on their performance capturing video with low lighting conditions...
Canon PowerShot ELPH 320 HS
Canon PowerShot ELPH 520 HS
Nikon COOLPIX L610
Panasonic LUMIX DMC-SZ7
A lil help here? Also, some suggestions on the SONY Cybershots? If any one has a suggestion outside of the above mention, go on. Thanks.
ps. first question im askin in a forum-- ever. be gentle?