I've been looking at getting a camera for a while and I really can't seem to pin down what kind of camera to get. I've been looking mostly at mirror-less cameras for the compact form factor and seems to be the way to go at the minute, in particular Sony, but that's just brand appeal/allegiance and not a must at all. Main purpose of the camera is stills shooting PC's. Will need to be good in low light for some moody shots but not get glared out by the lights on the PC (RGB fans, mobo lights etc), zoom might be useful for getting closeups, you know the kind of thing. Secondary use will be for filming PC stuff, (see example) again a fair bit of low background light with the twinkling lights. I was thinking around £500-£600, new or second hand. Possibilities I'm considering are: Sony A6000 at the cheaper end of the scale, A6300 at the top end. "proper" camera, a6300 in particular is meant to be fantastic, also meant to offer decent video capabilities, but lacks any kind of stabilisation. This could affect panning and tracking shots which is my main concern over getting something like this. Would this be negated if I was using a sliding track mount? Sony RX10 ii/ RX10 iii 20MP sensor should be plenty, would I really notice the different, or be able to take advantage of a "better" camera like the A6300? Mighty benefit from the A6300 in lower light scenarios (?), but the ace up the sleeve of the RX series is the video capabilities. In body and digital stabilisation, capable of super slo-mo 960-FPS shots for short bursts and constant 120FPS. RX100 VA (5A) Smaller more compact version of the RX10. I'd maybe go with the RX10 over the RX100 for better battery life, better connectivity, environmental sealing and zoom, but the RX100 VA does have a few more recent firmware updates from the VI, so might be in it's advantage. Thoughts and/or advice please? EDIT: There's also currently an offer on an Olympus E-M10 MkIII Pancake Kit with free M.Zuiko Digital 45mm F1.8 lens and 64gb memory card for £450 (£250 off camera price, although you can get an M10 IIIs for £400 at argos). I had been considering this as one of the cheaper mirror less that had in body stabilisation, but wouldn't be as good in camera mode as the a6300 or as good as the RX for video?