I'm sorry this is a book of a post, but I'm looking for something specific, so if you shoot LANDSCAPE, I would very much appreciate your help. I'm sorry to clutter the pages of the forum with another one of these threads. But I've reached a dead end with my current film photography setup. My fe2 has done well in my learning of photography but now I'm looking for something specific. I spend many many weekends doing long hikes (50km+) deep into untouched wilderness, and have since found a love for landscapes........ That I take in Panorama mode with my LG V30 phone (*gasp* I know I know). Anyways. I'm currently in the military full time and have little time outside of my weekends to dedicate myself to photography the way I would like to, so I've come once again to ask for your help. What I need is a camera that will TRANSLATE landscapes better than my phone. I'm willing to spend up to $2000 CAD for a decent body and wide angle lens. Now, I know, for a wide angle and body it is not exactly the most practical price point. But here's the thing. I DON'T care about video quality at all I DON'T care about shooting 100fps continuous I DON'T care about how many million auto focus points there are I DON'T care about cropping 1/70000 of a picture and still getting ultra sharp focus I DON'T care how it shoots in AUTO, or AUTO ISO, or anything for that matter. I need crisp image quality and something that I can rely on to translate landscapes. I've spent the last 2 years shooting strictly manual photography, with manual focus, and I'm comfortable with moving on shooting full manual RAW in the digital world now. I DO need a camera that has decent weather proofing Here's the thing, I need something that can hold up to being banged around a little, I will obviously do my best to keep it safe, but when hiking up mountains sometimes you fall. I need something that will hold up in the winter. Good battery life would be a pro. I'm willing to settle for a crop sensor, but since I don't care about any of the tech, I just need a good sensor and platform to mount a solid wide angle lens. I'll only be carrying a few lenses, as I don't have space for an enormous amount of kit on long distance hikes, and will be using a tripod obviously. So should I got with a used full frame? Like a Nikon d800? Or something mirorless and more compact? I assume a used full frame would make the most sense, as like I've said I don't care about features, rather just a good quality image. But I'm also new to digital, so I'm not 100% sure which direction to go. Thanks in advance for sticking through this post if you've read this far, I appreciate any and all help/suggestions.