Edward gave me a new camera recently. (Thanks Ed. Thanks Gabrielle.) It's a Casio Exilim Zoom EX-760. Very easy to use. I'm still testing it for various purposes, so you can expect to see plenty of photos coming up.
With my last camera, a Canon, I had trouble using it in macro mode especially when taking close-up pics of wristwatches.
Here's a photo with the old Canon.
The Canon had trouble deciding whether to focus on the surface of the watch glass, or on the surface of the watch face. Usually it chose the watch glass, leaving the face out of focus - although this image is OK.
Here's the same subject (Omega Speedmaster Professional) taken with the new Casio camera.
That's the first photo I took, and the Casio worked pretty well in macro. Perhaps it uses a greater depth of field than the Canon. I'm not sure.
More practice is in order. I'll have to read the instruction manual too.