I hope that this is the right place for this thread. I got into photography back in high school, and due to my non-existent access to a dark room, I never really progressed with it. Now that I'm older and can afford to spend a decent amount to get back into the hobby ($800 max). I have no dedicated camera stores anywhere near me and have had to rely on box stores to get my hands on some cameras, and unfortunately I've only gotten to use a Nikon D5200 and a Sony Alpha A6000 and obviously neither are a micro system. I am not looking to become a pro shooter. I just want to capture my dogs, mostly outside but some inside as well, and get quality vacation pictures. If I get a good shot I'd like to be able to get a decent sized print, but not looking for giant posters or anything crazy like that. I'm also looking to just get started so the kit lens to learn on is fine by me. Problems I've had with the smaller DSLRs were mainly that I injured my right hand and holding that weight for an extended period, even balanced with my left hand, gives me major concerns. And with the A6000 I've seen major concerns with lens availability, thus turning to this system. It seems like quite a solid compromise for someone who is just starting out, looking for a good, diverse ecosystem to grow in to. With all that said, I'm looking for a couple of suggestions on options. I've been looking at the Olympus E-M10 as that's right at the top of the budget, and the E-M5 refurbished for about $650. EVF is a must for me, but beyond that, I don't really know what I need to accomplish my goals. Quick edit -- It looks like I can get either refurbished within a 20 dollar difference. Thank you for taking the time to read this. Hopefully it makes sense, and if it's in the wrong area please let me know and move it. I also tried searching but the closest thread was a few months old that I found.