Happy new year! I'd like to seek some advise, please. I had this idea that I wanted to get a camera (system) and justified it by telling myself that I want to shoot some nice photos ,plus it's a topic I've toyed with in the past but never executed due to budget, time etc.
For a start I then considered what I'd be using the camera for, and came up with the following 'keywords': street photography, walkabout camera, food, portraits of people on the streets, interesting things I see around, and when I travel, some landscape shots.
With these in mind, I originally thought of the Fuji X100T, as in speaking to a few friends, a 35mm equivalent lens would be sufficient for walkabout shots etc. Another thought I had was to get an interchangeable lens system, then using the shorter kit lens for general usage. The benefit I had in mind was the possibility of taking it further if I do want to do so. Reading off the interweb I then considered (at around my budget) the Olympus OMD EM 10 Mark 2 (Or Mark 1 for that matter), and was alerted through further reading of the Fuji XT10.
As such I'd like to seek some advice, please. Given the considerations I have, what would you perhaps suggest, or if in your shoes, consider? Right now I expect to be doing very little, or no post-processing, photos good for internet or small sized prints, and definitely not in RAW.
Thank you for your time!
edit: ignore the join date, as you can see I registered a long time ago, posted some, then just resigned to revisiting on an on-off basis.