We've split the 00-2000 ILC marketplace into two segments - full-frame sensor cameras (discussed in this roundup) and crop-sensor (APS-C/Four Thirds) covered here.
This group of full-frame cameras is split right down the middle, with three DSLRs and three mirrorless models.
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For those wanting to step up from entry-level to midrange ILCs, there are many things to consider, including the choice between a DSLR or mirrorless camera, what sensor size suits you best, how important video is to you, and of course the lens system.
While full-frame cameras typically offer superior low light image quality and more control over depth-of-field, crop-sensor cameras are extremely capable in their own right - and (usually) more compact and less costly.
If you prefer a wider (28mm) field of view you can add the WCL-X100 II conversion lens (9), and fans of 50mm can tighten the scope of the lens with the TCL-X100 II (9).
But both add bulk to the camera and take away the ability to slide it into a pocket.