So, I've been thinking of upgrading my Canon G12. The G12 is a great little camera, but I think I'd like something with interchangeable lenses. The problem is that I've got 3 choices all around the same price point and I keep on bouncing between them.
They are the:
Nikon D5200 - Sam's Club has a two lens kit (18-55, and a 55-200) on sale that seems like a really good deal.
Canon T4i - I like my current Canon, so, another Canon wouldn't be a bad thing and Amazon has a bundle with a 18-135mm lens that comes in less than the D5200 kit.
Sony Nex-6 - I just really like the micro four third form factor, they just seem like something you would actually carry around with you. However, also the most expensive option.
They all get good reviews, so I'm a little at a loss as to which one to decide on. Most of the reviews all say that the kit lenses are so-so and therefore you want to invest in some better lenses at some point, however, I sort of shudder away at the cost of stand alone lenses as I'm not made of money and just buying any one of these three cameras is a major investment for me. The Sony does seems to get the most hate though when it comes to the lenses that come with it and are available though. But realistically, would I ever outgrow the kit lenses? The only one of the three I've actually managed to lay my hands on was the Nikon, but I was able to play around with a T3i and the Nex-5 in the store.
So, any advice out there?