I am still very new to photography. I have read and understand the basics from a theoretical standpoint, but have pretty much zero practical experience. My current camera is an old Nikon point-and-shoot I got years ago and I am ready to step up from it. I'm on a budget (somewhere around the $200-400 range) and after doing a decent amount of research I have landed on the Samsung NX2000. What I'm looking to get out of it is something to learn how to actually apply different settings without getting overwhelmed like I feel I would jumping straight into a DSLR. Usually when I take pictures I'll just go somewhere and shoot whatever catches my eye, but I do like to focus on vegetation and architecture. Would the NX2000 be a good choice for this? Most of the reviews I've read have been very positive and suggest it's a great camera for the price. I figure I can either get a whole starting kit with accessories or just the camera and another lens and stay within my budget.