I'm recently retired and looking to get back into photography as a hobby (it’s been a long time!), and landscape is my target field (please forgive the awful pun). To be more precise, you can think of my use-case as wanting to produce great shots from halfway up a hill overlooking a beautiful valley on a misty morning (I know, romantic huh!, but it’s the kind of photography I like best). Sometimes I’ll be using a tripod and sometimes handheld. I expect that occasionally I’ll want to get some photos professionally printed, but probably no larger than 12x36 or thereabouts. I’m now looking for a good used camera and a wide angle zoom (maybe later I’ll look for primes but right now I think I need the flexibility of zoom to help get me re-started) up to a max budget of £1,500. I have a good tripod already and other accessories such as bags etc., so this budget is just for the camera and lens combo. I’m completely brand agnostic and have no legacy lenses to consider, although it would be great when I buy more lenses in the future that there’s a good used market to choose from. I don’t care about video, superfast shutter speeds, tracking focus, face-recognition or dual card slots etc, but won't complain if I get them anyway. Some weather sealing would be nice but not absolutely essential, and I’m open to DLSR or mirrorless, full frame or cropped. I’m assuming medium format is out of my budget, and maybe a bit too hefty for handheld and hauling up hillsides. OK, sorry my first post is a long one! But if you were me, what camera/lens combos would you be considering? Thanks in advance!