Sorry for the dramatic title but I need help. This one is for the photographers out there. I'm an amateur photographer and I managed to get myself booked for a wedding. I might be a little bit in over my head with this one. haha But anyway I'm working with a run of the mill, tiny little digital camera and I think I've pushed it to it's limits. But my client doesn't have a clue what I'm using she's only seen some of my photography. I think she will laugh her head off and tell me to go home if she see's what I'm working with. Not only that but there's no way that this camera is going to cut it for the job at hand. For one it takes 10 seconds for it to even snap a shot and I'm thinking a wedding isn't going to stop and go upon my camera's needs. So I've come to the realization that it's time to invest into a DSLR. Thing is though that I am living pay check to paycheck so my budget consists of a wopping $300 to spend on this new camera. I realize that -that's going to limit me to buying an older model and probably off of amazon. So my dilemma is this. How old of a model should I go? Surely there must be something good and workable for under 300$ right? I just need a basic dslr I assume. If I can manage to make my 80 nikon cool pics do what it's done then I'm sure there has to be something for me. Basically I'm just looking for something with adjustable shutter speed, focus adjustments, macro capabilities and basically something that can just take good quality shots. Anybody know of a camera that's capable for this price and what brands or models I should get or stay away from? If you could let me know you would be saving my life!!! Thanks guys!!!