Hello guys So, I've come to seek your help and wisdom to help me with the best system to get started in the DSLR world. I currently own a Sony HX20V, which is a pretty capable compact camera that gave me some pretty good shots in the past, but I'm not happy with it anymore. I'm already a bit seasoned on the concepts and know how to work out a well exposed and good looking image, but I know I have already reached the best my camera can give me, thus the need to upgrade and get real on the camera world. Some thoughts and reasons to upgrade: 1) I find the lack of low light performance of my current camera disturbing. My current camera performs really badly even in low ISOs. Besides that, the camera comes with an f3.2-5.8, which is a rather slow lens for my taste. I would really like to be able to take photos at dawn, city pictures at night or even indoor portraits, which the bad performance and slow aperture make impossible without a tripod. I expect I would get at least 3 to 4 stops improvement from a new system (maybe even more). 2) The other things that have a great deal of importance for me are DOF effects and bokeh. Since my lens widest aperture is 3.2 I don't get really smooth bokeh. Besides that, there is no manual focus ring on the camera, and the manual focus has to be achieved through buttons, which is a terrible experience for me. The autofocus is not amazing, which is expected in such an old and cheap camera. 3) Battery: I tend to shoot around 250-350 shots a day when traveling, a limitation imposed by my battery. I believe I could easily reach 500-700 if I had more battery (and there are some low light shots I do not even bother trying because I know the cam will not be able to do it). That being said, I was primarily looking for bodies that could be bought here in Sweden for around than $750, meaning the Nikon D7200. I'm a little tempted by the D5600, which f is 40% lighter and 25% cheaper. The D7200, however, has more focus point (51 vs 39), more battery (1110 shots vs 820 shots) and can focus at -3EV (vs -1EV). Since I have never used a DSLR before I don't really know how to weight these characteristics, that's when you guys come in. Considering that I'll use it for travel, low light street, and indoor photography and the eventual portrait, will the autofocus, the focus sensitivity, and the weight be a big deal?? More food for thought: I recently moved from Brazil to Sweden, where I plan to stay for the next 5 years. However, I also recently found out that since September 2018 Nikon has moved out of the Brazilian market... That special piece of info got me a little worried since, if I ever decide to move back there, I will not have a Nikon official dealer, and probably no professional support for my camera and lenses either. So, what about the Canon EOS 77D? It is also cheaper, but has some downsides when compared to the D7200: battery (660 vs 1100 shots), lower HDR (14.6 vs 13.3), lower AF points count (45 vs 51, even though Canon AF points are cross-type) and it has an AA filter (is it REALLY noticeable??). So, what are your thoughts?? I would not really go for mirrorless because of the battery, when you're traveling sometimes you don't really have access to a power outlet, so if I could have a camera that could go through a weekend without being charged I'd promptly get it. I know I kind of wrote a lot, thanks for reading until the end.... Any thoughts for me?