I've moved largely from my nikon DSLRs to Sony mirrorless (the NEX-5N) was my gateway drug, and now I also have an a6000. The only thing that I don't have for them that I'd like to have is a nice wide angle lens for the landscape photography that I used to favor before we had a baby. I used to use the nikon 12-24 for that, though I found that I tended to be fine with the 16-18 mm range of that lens. The 18-55 kit that came with the NEX-5N is all right in general, but not the sharpest. The 16-50 that came with the a6000 I had high hopes for, and is also all right, but has some pretty serious vignetting at fast apertures at 16mm. One of the things I've kept my eye on since it came out is the Nikon Coolpix A, that had a very highly regarded lens, but was absurdly priced when it first came out ($1100). It has now hit an absolute new low, of $329 refurb at cameta with a 1 year cameta warranty http://www.cameta.com/Nikon-Coolpix...al-Camera-Black-Factory-Refurbished-87387.cfm or $399 new from B&H. So suddenly I'm actually tempted to, rather than pick up something like the 19mm Sigma e-mount, to pick up a coolpix A and with its 18mm prime and see what I think. The trouble is, aside from the lens being a bit better and a touch wider than something like the sigma, it doesn't actually seem like it in any way is a functionally better camera than something like the NEX-5N -- no viewfinder, I think the focus may actually be slower, no tilting LCD (useful for landcapes), etc. As tempting as it is to get a whole camera attached to an otherwise still inexpensive and very nice 18mm prime (for an additional $100 or so), I'm trying to decide if the coolpix is worth it even then. Has anyone used the Coolpix A (or the sigma 19 mm) and if so, what did you think? At that price, it seems like it could work its way into a lot of bags... Thanks for any thoughts.