Hello. I'm in the market for a new camera after quite a few years absence from photography. As per my post over on the beginners forum, I've had a DSLR camera in either film or digital form since 1999 but I'm certainly no expert, it was a means to an end to photograph things I was interested in, rather than for the photography itself so my knowledge on how to properly use a camera for a wider range of uses isn't exactly non-existent but I'll have an awful lot to learn as well. My main reason for wanting a 'proper' camera again is that I'm becoming sick and tired of missing shots of my kids with my smart phone and my aging Sony A100 is very poor in low light and the auto focus really suffers in less than ideal light conditions too so something more modern and advanced is needed I think, as well as a huge improvement in my own abilities obviously. After what seems like endless review reading, youtube watching and so forth, I can narrow down my interest to two contenders, perhaps three, namely either the Nikon D7200 and the Fujifilm XT20 and maybe, just maybe something like the Sony A6000 or its newer variants. I just want the camera with the best overall image capabilities, while at the same time not being impossibly hard to learn how to use. I'm not put off having a DSLR by their size and weight, in some ways I like the large physical product as it just feels substantial, but at the same time I've been pretty impressed with what I've seen so far of the XT20. I'm after input of users of both cameras and especially those who've used both systems and what they think would be the best bet for a semi-novice and why. I live in New Brunswick, Canada and there is absolutely nowhere that I know of that stocks either camera, especially the Nikon so going to look and handle them myself is looking impossible. Some places do sell the A6000 but not consistently. The Nikon and Fuji camera are in a similar price range here body only, the Nikon retails for about $1000CAD right now and the Fuji is a bit more at about $1100-1200 from what I can see. Obviously the Sony A6000 is a bit less at anything from $650-800 depending on sales etc.