Good afternoon everyone, newbie here looking to expand my limited knowledge and hoping for a bit of sage wisdom. Allow me to give you a bit of background before detailing the advice if I may please? I purchased a camera about a year ago for video purposes and found myself using it to take to take a few still photos in auto mode and since then have caught the bug. I'm a complete novice and starting to venture into the abyss of manual mode, shutter speeds and aperture without fully understanding any of it. I've watched quite a few YouTube tutorials which have been very helpful and last night I took my GH4 into the garden to try and take some night shots. I followed some online advice regarding settings which I'm sure were fine but I wasn't particularly happy with the results. I understand that Micro four thirds have a small sensor and that my lens' don't have a low aperture so I'm wondering . . . . .. . I have £1000 which I was going to spend on a GH5 (again for video use mostly and I do love the ease of M43rds cameras) but am I better spending the money on a second hand full frame DSLR and start on that journey. I've already started tailoring my journeys and breaks to accommodate photographing wildlife and landscapes so I feel at a bit of a crossroads. I've looked at the DSLR's but it's daunting to say the least and have no idea where to start. Thanks for your indulgence and here is a picture of the kit I currently have.