As a new member, this is my first post here, however I am long-time member of the m43 user group Amin also runs. I'm considering switching from m43 to NEX as a secondary system to my Canon 5DII mainly for the larger sensor, built in EVF of the NEX-6 and -7, articulated LCD, focus peaking for legacy and adapted glass and the ability to do strobist-style flash photography while still utilizing an EVF (I do realise the G- and GH series Panasonic cams as well as the Olympus EM-5 can do this). I'm admittedly not terribly interested in the native lens offerings from Sony as Canon will remain my primary system but am trying to determine which of the two NEX cameras with built-in EVF is the better option for me. I would assume that the NEX-6 would have better high-ISO performance than the NEX-7 due to the reduction in resolution to 16MP (similar to the claims that the NEX-5n bests the NEX-7 noise-wise at higher ISO), and the NEX-6 also will have a standard hotshoe (which should work with my Cybersyncs and existing flash gear without the need for an adapter) so that's the way I'm leaning. Is there any reason I should be considering the NEX-7 over the NEX-6 seeing as I'm only planning on using adapted glass. I should also mention the other draw for me with NEX is the ability to shoot HD video at 60fps and have focus peaking, which I can't do on my 5DII. Thanks in advance for any replies.