Hello everyone! I am literally just starting with photography, so totally a newbie. I was reading a lot of reviews online but somehow, I am having troubles deciding. I am looking into purchasing a camera and would be great if you can share your thoughts in regards to my dilemma. I can't decide between the Nikon d7200, the Nikon d750 and the Canon 6d mark ii. I am planning on using my camera mainly for macros as I find them absolutely fascinating! I will be purchasing additionally the Sigma 105mm f2.8 lens, as well as, an extension tube. My main focus will not be insects and bugs, however, but various still life elements. I find it absolutely magical how the macros can make the most ugly object ever so beautiful and turn it into art. The second thing that I'd love to use my camera for is styled stock photography for my graphic design projects. For that purchase, I've researched and I came to the conclusion that a 55mm f1.8 lens would be the best. And lastly, I do want to shoot landscapes and portraits, however, if the two above would be taking 75% of my time, I would live about 25% for this category. So ultimately, I would love if my device is not limiting me to shoot all of the above. I was initially really certain that the Nikon d7200 would be suitable for my needs, however, after more research, that has changed as some people say that a full frame camera is absolutely worth the price increase. Unfortunately, I cannot afford at this point of time the most expensive gear so the Nikon d750 and the Canon 6d mark ii are even slightly above my budged for the camera body but if they are really worth it, I would spend the extra. And that's about it, thanks for reading and I'd really appreciate your thoughts!