Long story short I dont know :) but I will tell you how I did it.
This is how I bought my first camera
Before going shopping I red tons of reviews. I was 100% sure to buy a canon camera. Because It was the best value at the time, had the very best reviews and was cheaper. I went to store to get a canon camera a EOS something.. I took the camera and just out of curiosity I asked the sales man to let me try a similar nikon camera (sony was not huge in those days). He did give me a Nikon D200
It's an APSC DSLR. It was bulkier, heavier, more expensive, with less features (on paper)... But it felt just right into my hands. This camera felt like it was part of my body. Long story short, I felt in love with nikon ergonomics and never changed my mind since then. I went for a Canon camera and went home with a Nikon D200. By far the best purchased ever.
I am NOT saying nikon is better. I am saying it is what works for me. I strongly believe that a camera choice is something personal, you must FEEL good with it. Its not about gear and specs. You must like it, you must forget it (more on this on another post)
So here is my tip :
Choose your budget, BTW you should spend less on camera than on on lenses, lenses are more important but this is for another post.
Stick to your budget pre select different models, then go to the store and HOLD them. Buy the one you are confortable with. It's really something physical.
camera reviews are one thing and how you connect with the gear is another. There is no right or wrong answer. You must feel good with it.
If you have any question comment or contact me on instagram. will be happy to help.