I don't have a specific camera to recommend, but as an alternative to looking for a camera with powerful macro setting, you might look for a camera that can accept external filters. Even some simple pocket cameras can do this, usually by means of a tube adapter that fits around the lens and screws directly into the body. The tube then accepts filters and auxiliary close-up lenses. Close up lenses are identified with numbers ranging from +1 to +10, and are frequently packaged as a set including +1. +2, and +4. The lenses can be "stacked" -- a +1 can be screwed onto a +2 to provide the "missing" +3. The image quality is slightly
degraded, since you're using two lenses, but I'm very happy with the results I get. (My camera is a very old Kodak DX6490, and has been discontinued so long it wouldn't be any help to you.)
But, to me
, the real strength is I can use circular polarizing filters -- very effective for outdoor shots.