Not very good picture at all. Which has been said before. You CANNOT do good closeup images with the computer, or cheap cell phone cameras. Get any digital camera with a "MACRO" focus button. That button looks like a tulip. You can find these with 3MP and with the macro focus, and plenty of light the camera can be within inches of the subject (fly,) and create a crystal clear image. A tripod will help steady your camera, but if you shutter speed is over 200th of a second, it can still work as a hand held. I don't have a tripod or a remote shutter trigger, and most of my images work out ok.
The better point and shoot cameras all have these features, and also have aperture and shutter speed options. Not really necessary, but nice to have. I see the camera I now have on Amazon.com for over 400. I found it by the side of the road, and it's been dropped on stone, to where I have to tape the case shut, but it still works just fine.
Your light source should be a DAYLIGHT lamp, and you can see the most complex "shadow box" I made, Simply a clorox bottle with a window cut out to shoot through . The lamps sends light through the cut out end. I often use foam sheets to change the background color. Darker sheets will often give you much slower shutter speeds, that can lead to blurry images since you will move the lense slightly.
Always look at your viewfinder to see your shutter speed, and keep it above 200 (faster the better.)
BEFORE you buy any camera, read the features, and make SURE you get the close up macro option. Then READ the manual so you understand your camera and its features.