due to wrist damage, for a couple years i've been shooting with a sony a6000 because it's lighter than even canon's tiny DSLR, the SL1. the lenses are nice and lighter than canon's, too, and i can carry it all day with no problems. the image quality is excellent. but i have some scarring on my corneas which makes certain kinds of light painful and cause swelling, and unfortunately the biggest problems come from monitors, phone screens and electronic viewfinders, so my beloved a6000 and lenses are up for sale and it seems i have a potential buyer. the two top contenders for my next camera are the canon T6s and the pentax K-70 with the K-S2 a runner up. the pentax K-70 is a virtual laundry list of features i find useful when i shoot and the lenses, after years with sony and panasonic, are almost stupid cheap while still being good stuff. and the camera has in body stabilization, which is a big plus with my shaky hands. but there's my problem right wrist, which hurts when carrying a camera that heavy (it's not that heavy - my wrist is that weak) after a while. i'm rehabbing the wrist and hand - no telling how long that will take, but i won't be able to do half day beach shoots with it for a while, and there's a small chance i won't be able to, period. also pentax's current warranty company isn't very responsive if something goes wrong. they're legendary for being slow, non-communicative and sending back cameras unfixed. the canon T6s is enough lighter to notice, and the grip is really comfortable for me. it has a touchscreen, and i do sometimes use them but not lots. it costs more than the pentax, the lenses all cost more - enough so that it might take me six months or more to finish buying the three to four lenses i'd want since we have a mortgage and less available funds than we used to. it has a smaller viewfinder - pentax's magification is 1x and the canon is .82x - and it lacks pentax's micro focus adjust, pixel mapping and superb low light performance, but i can carry it for a couple hours right now. so what would you do - take a shot at the camera that will only be useful for a few minutes at a time or on a tripod but has every feature you ever wanted in a camera or go for one that is a pretty good camera and is ultra comfortable but lacks the big viewfinder, in body stabilization and a few neat and helphul features?