Recently had my point-and-shoot stolen out of my car. Looking to invest in a new hobby. Ideally want to use for hiking in the woods, hunting, skiing, or other outdoorsy things. Would really like to get into bird photography, so being able to capture things in motion is somewhat important. I'm leaning towards mirrorless cameras for their size and portability. I'm pretty much a camera newbie.
These are options I'm leaning towards:
Fujifilm XT2- weather-sealed. I like the idea of physical dials. Great intro lens kit. Little worried about stabilization, video performance, and battery life.
Sony A6300- Great video quality. Tried and true from what I have read. Not quite the image quality of the XT2 right out, but the autofocus is very good.
Perhaps you guys totally disagree with my synopsis of the cameras above, so please let me know. My price range is around $800 and am open to used gear. Feel free to point me towards other options as well or if someone is trying to unload their current camera let me know. Thanks NS