Ok folks. Some of you may know that my 6D just died thanks to a hug from a friendly wave while at the beach. Now I'm getting an insurance payoff for the broken body/lens, and I'm in a bit of a spot. You see, in April I'm hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, and photographing all 2,665 miles of it as I go. A DSLR is too heavy, so I'm looking to buy a lightweight mirrorless that's rugged enough for the journey with part of my insurance dividend. The key thing is good-to-great low light performance for long exposures, and a decent selection of lenses. Weather sealing would be great, but I won't be on the coast so no waves to be worried about. IQ is critical, as I'll be printing all of the images in a photo-book for my donors (think up to 24x36). Up to this point, I've been eyeing the A6000, paired with a portrait lens (50mm?) and a cheap wide-angle option like the Rokinon 14mm f/2.8. I really like the A6000's dynamic range, but I'm not sure about its low-light ability (star trails, milky way, etc). It also isn't weather sealed. Does anyone have prior experience with this body for landscape use? Otherwise, any other lightweight mirrorless suggestions? Lets call the budget at $1,000 for camera + 1 lens. The lighter and cheaper, the better.