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I don't think you will find many favorite cameras on this forum at $200. The favorites seem to start at about $350. Of course, you can try shopping for used, but with electronics that can be tricky.
I recently took my 9 year old Granddaughter camera shopping at Best Buy. We had a $200 budget. Most, if not all, of the cameras we looked at would do video of some sort. Yet, at that price, features like zoom and low light were limited.
Apparently all the manufactures now assume every consumer camera produced has to do both video and stills. Some look like camcorders, some look like old SLRs, some look like pocket cameras and some look like a combination of all of them.
You can read specs and get advice, but at a store like that you can see what feels good in your hands. Last year I was going to buy a DSLR until I went to the store and held them. I got a Panasonic camcorder instead.
My granddaugher kept her money. I ended up going back a week later and buying a Sony HX9V "point-n-shoot" for "on sale" $320 for myself and "loaning" her my old camera.