So I've got some vacations coming up, and I have 2 kids age 7 and 8. I like to do a lot of landscape shots, night sky shots, etc etc, as well as shoot my 2 kids for holidays and action stuff they are doing. I'd also like to be able to shoot some video with the camera if possible. So my question is, since I'm only going to have one camera at this point would I be better off sticking to DSLR or going mirrorless? It seems like dollar per dollar DSLR still seems to be better? Granted the frame is bigger and such, my point is though looking at the Oly EM5 M2 it's 1k bucks, the Nikon D7200 seems to be like a better camera in everything but size and technically costs less money? Is there a better way to do this with mirrorless and get what I want? Or should I just stick to DSLR for now? My budget is going to be 1900-2k total but I'd like to get a couple lenses as well with part of that so I'm figuring max 1k on the body. Another option I was thinking about is would I be better off getting a cheaper mirrorless that's really good at video, and then get another mirrorless that does good video? Would I be able to achieve something close to the performance of the D7200? My main concern is I don't get much opportunity to upgrade, and my wife will be starting school soon again so I'll have even less opportunity. So I want to make sure I get something that I'm going to be happy with for a few years because I'll likely be stuck with it.