I posted some images for coins I needed help
with. The images are small, but at least you can see a couple sample images:http://www.forumancientcoins.com/board/index.php?topic=77414.0http://www.forumancientcoins.com/board/index.php?topic=77415.0
Regarding Doug's comments before, I happen to agree. A dedicated DSLR with a macro lens will be your best option for shooting coins, at a lower cost. For myself, I enjoy shooting wildlife, so that means big SLR, big heavy lens, and I sometimes get tired of carrying around 12lbs of camera gear while people stare at me. For a travel camera, or an everyday camera, the Nikon V1 is perfect. Having RAW capabilities out of a small body is fantastic, and having the ability to switch lenses based on what I want to shoot, is wonderful. My entire travel photo system now fits in two pockets, and I still have the creative ability to shoot how I like. Of course, if I am shooting birds
or going for something requiring more finesse, I'll still take the DSLR, but it's great to have the option of still shooting, without being tied to a heavy camera.
I would try to figure out what you want to shoot and break it down by how often you will be using your camera in that configuration. I think it will help
you figure out exactly what you are looking for!