Had the unfortunate experience of finally flying an early Model EOS-M mirrorless with a 20 ( ?) in high winds off
Cape Cod. The wind had gone from nil to serious, finally over-taxing the stock fiberglass spars of the Levitation.
In a " do-over " I would have been using shorter spreader, Mike's Dynamic spreader, and or Sky Shark 400, which
is what I normally use.
The camera and all R/C components were thoroughly dunked in the sea.
I do have a used, spare EOS-M body and a kit lens. Question is, which way to go.
I have had my eye on a Sony 6000 ( with a prime ) for some time. I know Jim Wind Watcher and Evan both do well
Cris, I believe, uses an "M", early ? , with a wide prime and seemed happy with it.
In most likely looking to the used market, any thoughts on why to choose one ( older ) , proven system over another ?