If you are going to use flash for the indoor or low-light situations, just about any digital camera will do a good job.
As long as you stay withing the range of the flash.
Most small digital cameras are limited to about 12 feet for flash.
Larger cameras have a flash that reaches out to about 20 feet.
If you plan to do low-light photography without using flash, that brings up a whole host of things to think about.
1. Low-light usually means you will be shooting with slow shutter speeds, which means you will need a tripod to support the camera.
2. If you don't want to use a tripod, you are going to need some expensive camera equipment. DSLR camera and bright lenses.
3. If your budget is under $600, you are quite limited in what camera to buy. Even then the results will be just adequate ... at the best.
The only camera(s) with an advantage are the Fujifilm cameras that use their Super CCD sensor.
...between $175 and $350 look at the Fujifilm F20, F30, F31fd, F40fd, and F50fd.
...between $350 and $500, look at the Fujifilm "S" series of cameras (except the S700).
Perhaps you can tell us more about how you plan to use the camera and the amount you plan to spend on the camera.
i am currently researching on wot digital cameras to buy... nd i am so lost :(( . can u please tell me what features should i look in a camera if i want good pictures in indoor lowlight areaS? n can you give me few recommations of wot camera should i buy?
help is appreciated