Just pick one under your price range. It's not the camera that dictates how good your photos are. I've gotten DDs on photos that have been taken with DSLRs that are under $200 market value, and publications with "outdated" cameras. :p I've even had my photos used in some films as set styling props before that were also taken with cheapo cameras.
I know I probably sound like a broken record, but when it comes to buying your first camera, take a risk. Buy something cheap, and see how well you handle it. If you think the better your camera is, the better your photos will be you won't get anywhere with your artistry, let alone the photographic industry. Go cheap. If it doesn't work out, at least you didn't waste any more money than you had to :)
Edited by Yang, 19 June 2015 - 06:18 PM.