Hello there, Not really a complete photography newbie, but not into it for quite sometime ... Currently have a sony rx100 m3, and thinking about buying a kit for all-round use (but keeping the rx100, also do a bit of digiscoping with it)) with wildlife/birding as a key aspect (so needing good high focal length for this kit). Looked quite a bit of reviews, threads etc ... I think I took out the DSLR FF option, and probably also the APS-C option (although still hesitating on this one, due to the ability to get something like the Tamron 150 600 further down for instance). But somehow currently considering either a "zuperzoom bridge" (such as Canon sx50 or 60, knowing the small sensor and IQ aspects, but you also see good results with these), or a m4/3 with either the Panasonic 150 300 (or oly 75 300 II). For some reasons (not sure why, ergonomics of the bodies, evolution aspects), I lean more towards panasonic in the m4/3 option. And for the body would probably be looking for a G6 or GH3 body. Any advice ? I've read some mitigated things regarding the G6 EVF, is it appropriate for wildlife with the panasonic 150 300 ? What would be the major limitations ?