Hey guys, I'm looking to buy a new camera. I loved my D3200, unfortunately it got stolen. So now that I have played with and owned a DSLR for awhile, I have a better idea on what I want. Suggestions appreciate. Uses: I am an industrial design major that will mostly use his camera to photograph products I design and create. -Studio photography. Products that need to be nicely photographed in a studio setting with good lighting, etc. -Outdoor shots. I travel frequently and would like the option of taking good quality shots of landscapes, etc. Low light performance is a consideration. My questions: -I want a camera that has a lens that can go to zooming into detail shots, but also a lens that excels at landscape? -Mirrorless vs. DSLR? -Criteria: Image quality > Zoom Lens + landscape lens > Price > Battery Life -Price: $1500 AT MOST (but preferably less unless it's worth it) for the camera with a good landscape lens, and a good zoom lens. Here's another thought: I am going to Japan for spring break. Do they have a better selection/cheaper prices over there or a certain model that's famous that doesn't exist here? Camera's I've been looking at: Nikon D3300, and Sony A6000.