Hello everyone, I am looking for a camera as a gift for my girlfriend who is a graphics designer. It would be her first camera and the cost is set at around 600 euros for a kit. Overall, I would like to buy a small, versatile camera that will allow both of us to learn about lenses, manual settings, etc. at not overwhelming a cost. Later on she may upgrade to whatever feels appropriate. For a complete beginner (as she is) the a6000 and nx500 stood out as most discussed, but all I can judge are sheet specs. I have no experience with, for example, APS-C vs m43. I will try to give you some idea of what she might need or use it for and will be very grateful to hear your advice. The camera needs to be relatively light and small, so I was looking mainly at mirrorless (the choice a6000 or nx500 has been tearing me for the last few days). I believe she would use it mostly for travel, sceneries, panoramas, "family" pictures and macros. Then also she may use the pictures for posters or patterns in her graphics work. Low light performance is important. She will certainly post-process each photo. There will be the occasional video - either family or short-movie. 4k is always a bonus, but nothing to die for. For the first year I don't think she will buy new lenses and if she does, I don't think more than one. So the kit lens will matter a lot. Think of her as a beginner hobbyist with a small bag. Touchscreen and flip-up screen for selfies are welcome I suppose, but an EVF equally so. I am no photographer, so I can't judge, but an EVF seems crucial. The camera will be used mostly without a tripod. I saw that nx500 is a bit shaky? The more I read about the debate a6000 vs nx500, the harder the decision becomes. However, given the current uncertainty of needs and preferences, I feel that a m43 might be a better choice. Something like Panasonic GX7 or Olympus E-M10 (or 5). The lens selection seems wider and cheaper and as far as I understood 16MP on m43 is very similar to 24MP on APS-C in terms of IQ. Any other suggestions are also welcome. Thanks!