I've been at this photography obsession for a very long time, 43 years. I've owned just about every style & format camera you can name, from a tiny Minox spy camera to medium format Mamiya 645 film cameras I used to shoot weddings. My digital years only started 7 years ago when I moved to Portland, Oregon. I progressed through pocket digitals to Nikon DSLRs. I still have my beloved Nikon D7000 and 5 great lenses. I'm selling my D800 and 24-70mm F/2.8 lens to buy new gear. I recently fell in love with the recent development in mirrorless, interchangeable cameras that utilize the larger APS-C cropped sensor. These are common on higher quality DSLRS, like my Nikon D7000. This 16.3MP wonder has great resolution coupled with good low light sensitivity. Fuji has, in the last few years, introduced us to retro camera bodies resembling the old film rangefinder style cameras. Leica has stuck with this functional engineering for decades. I am awaiting the funds from my camera sale to purchase a Fuji X-E1 body with three lenses, the 18-55mm, 55-200mm and 35mm F/1.4. I'm really looking forward to their sharp output and low light performance. For the time being I'll keep my D7000 and NEX camera kits as well.