Hi everyone!! i'm new in this forum, so i appreciate in advance all the possible help!! I've been searching a new camera for more than a month (i don't have any), and i think i'm close to the final choice. I'm to say i'm a young architect, but the main use would be travelling (landscapes, sunsets, cities, and buildings (interiors too), and some close portraits). Therefore, i'm interested on a camera WITH viewfinder (more natural for me), and with good quality at low light conditions (i'm a newbie, so i don't need a expert quality, just a good one). My original budget was 350€, but i could reach up to 500€ if that extra money really worth the effort. So, the final list would be two with APS-C and one Lumix with 4/3" (smaller sensor but with really good results). I'm interested on a good quality of the kit lens (for not having to upgrade them soon), and final IQ (jpeg and raw) and Video quality. Wifi, folding screen and low-weight (for travelling) would be a nice point, but it's not a breakdealer, it just depend on the price. So, between these 3 models, which one would you recommend me? Sony SLT-A58K (+ SAL 18-55mm) APS HD / 490g / folding +-180º non-touch screen / no wifi (opt) / 20mp / 350€ Sony SLT-A58K SLR-Digitalkamera 2,7 Zoll inkl. SAL: Amazon.de: Kamera Nikon D5200 (+ AF-S DX 18-55mm VRII) APS-C / 550g / side-hinged vari-angle non-touch screen / no wifi (opt) / 24mp / 480€ Nikon D5200 SLR-Digitalkamera 3 Zoll Kit inkl. AF-S DX: Amazon.de: Kamera Panasonic Lumix DMC-G6 (+ 14-42mm Lumix G Vario II) 4/3" / 390g / side-hinged vari-angle touch screen / full wifi /16mp / 540€ (or 490€ with G Vario ii) Panasonic Lumix DMC-G6 schwarz + 14-42mm II | Foto Mundus Meppen About the viewfinder, i like both types, so it's not a breakdealer for me. Maybe i would prefer EVF as it shows more info...but i'm not sure about that So, the first difference is that A58 is 130€ cheaper than Nikon and 190€ than G6 with "14-42mm ii". Compared to A58, G6 has the 4/3" sensor, but is improved by the "side-hinged vari-angle screen" instead of +-180º folding screen and it has Wifi, touch screen and less weight (better for travelling)...IQ should be similar...but what about video recording? Nikon is heavier, supposedly a little bit better for still images but worst in videos.. I tried yesterday the three of them, and felt D5200 heavier and bulkier...G6 very good size and weight, and A58 same style but with "cheaper" plastic body. I think i like better the G6, but also because of the "extras" it has...but maybe in the end, the IQ would be similar (and it's the most important point), and the price (more if including the lens v.ii = 540€), would be much higher...so maybe the A58 would be a good purchase...or maybe the G6 it's a better input! If not, the Lumix DMC-G5 with v.ii would be 395€... What about the sensor "Single-Lens Translucent" of the Sony? is it a good choice? (i've read opposite comments about it) Many thanks!!!