Hello everyone, I have recently founded a startup and I'm having a hard time with photography. I'm gradually making progress, but I'm concerned that my camera options may put me at a significant disadvantage. I know this is a common non-issue raised by many newcomers, but allow me to explain: One of my primary channels for promotion will be Instagram. The sector I'm in generally has excellent photography across the board. My photography skills aren't too bad, but I need to do a lot of work in post to get them looking close to acceptable. The issue is that I don't have any cameras that can shoot in RAW, significantly hampering my ability to improve the photos in post. So, I want to ask if you think it would be best to buy a cheap (and I mean cheap) camera that can shoot in RAW, or stick with my current point and shoot. For reference, the product is no more than 60x60x60mm and the backdrops will be mainly outdoors, for example placed on rocks, against trees; somewhat of an outdoor/rustic theme. Please comment if you need more information! Assuming I should pick up a camera that can shoot in RAW, I'm definitely open to suggestions. I don't have a specific budget in mind, but funds are tight, so I am looking for something as affordable as possible. Thank you for taking the time to read!