I am interested in "Street Photography", although I feel I need advice from more EXPERIENCED "Street Photographers", especially the "DO's & Don'ts", and also a would a DSLR or P&S be more advisable.
I presently have a Nikon AFS-C DX D3300 with a 35mm, 50mm, 18-55, 55-200 lens.
I have read other Posts here at UHH, just would appreciate some "FRESH" insight and Advice on "Street Photography".
Best camera for street photography is Ricoh GR II. It has something called "snap focus", which allows you to define the distance to which the camera should set its focus (1m, 1.5m, 2m, 2.5m, 5m and infinity). Set the focus mode to 'Snap' -- this keeps the camera set to that focus distance. The result is a camera that's constantly pre-focused, meaning there's only shutter lag to slow you down when getting your shot -- can't get any quicker. In addition, there's a 'Full Press Snap' option, that pushes the camera's focus to the chosen 'Snap Focus' distance, if you jam down the shutter button without waiting for it to focus. Again, you gain speed advantage because you don't wait for the camera to focus; and the subject may never know you even took a picture at all, since this lets you quickly snap your subject as soon as it comes into your pre-determined focus zone.