Hello! I am getting more into photography, and I am thinking about buying a new camera. I sold my old camera and lenses, and I am completly ok with trying a new system. My budget is around 1200 euros. I'll be mostly doing landscapes, some plane spotting, Wildlife and a little bit of all the other genres. I also want to do video, not too much, but lets say about 70% photos and 30% video. I've been looking around and the Panasonic g7seems like a good camera, but it's micro 4/3 so it won't have good iso performance, and the overall samples of the camera don't really look appealing to me, but on the other side it has 4k, and it's really cheap, which allows me to buy a few lenses with it and a shotgun microphone. Unfortunately the camera doesn't have a headphone jack. Canon 70d - A good allround camera, with some very good video AF, but the sensor seems to even lack behind the G7, except for the low light performance. Other than that, it seems like a great camera, but also no headphone input. D7200 - From what I've read, best in class crop sensor camera for photography (not for action though, 7d mk2) Good dynamic range, better low light performance than the other two cameras, and it's weather sealed. Video AF isn't that great, but it does have a flat profile, which is better for color grading/correction. Was thinking of buying a Tamron 70-300mm USD for it (Later), for better range. This camera does have a headphone jack! Sony a6300 - It's out of my budget, because the european prices are stupid compared to the american prices, it's 1400 euros with the standard kitlens, which is a pretty bad lens from what I've read. 4k video seems to be very good, as well as the autofocus. Sensor seems to be almost the same as the a6000, so I expect it to be on par with the D7200. But sony lenses also seem very expesive compared to other cameras, and at the telephoto end, there appears to be a lack of lenses. I've been mostly looking into the d7200. I was almost going to buy it a few days ago, but then I changed my mind, because the video AF looks horrible on the d7200, compared to the other cameras. I will be shooting short films and cinematics, while I read most professionals use manual focus for video, (good) autofocus during videos is also quite welcome, I think. On my previous camera I used manual focus for video, and it worked pretty great, but it had focus peaking, so that helps a lot while shooting video. On the Photography end of the d7200, I have nothing to complain about. Originally I was really set to get the d7200, but then I kind of got off the idea, and now I'm really scared to buy a new camera, because I am afraid I will regret it... And it's a real bad feeling. Believe me I've been looking non-stop for weeks for a new camera, and I hope that you guys can help me out make a final decision. I know the perfect camera for my needs doesn't exist at this price point, but I just want to buy the camera that I will be the most satisfied and happy with. Any questions for me? Ask them! I will be happy to answer them! All advise is welcome, other recommendations as well!