Excellent choice of your time! The honey-do list will *always* be there (and probably expand daily, as with my list!)
I have had a Fuji X-T2, and now also an X-T3. The 55-200mm stays on my camera about 75% of the time, and the 18-55mm is also an excellent lens. I love the Fuji color simulations, and many of my shots are nice SOOC. I also love the Fuji Kaizen philosophy of continuous improvement, which means that they will release new firmware frequently when issues occur. Color me one happy Fuji shooter!
Take a look at the new Fujifilm XT-30. It's a slightly scaled down version of the X-T3, which is an awesome camera, and should produce amazing results. I love Fuji colors straight out of the camera. Good luck with your decision...and enjoy your travels!
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I have passed on a couple of the Canon EOS series to my family, as they were great entry-level cameras. Happy New Year to all!
I am AMAZED that this is not the default setting. No beating up from me...been there, done that. I'm sure you won't miss anymore...
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I couldn't agree more! The unassuming body-style of the X100F seems to blend in with the shooter, where an X-T2 still has the look of a more professional-styled body. I really think my X100F is the perfect complement to my X-T2. Love both and use both, dependent upon the situation.
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I recently added the X100F to my Fuji X-T2 (coming from Canon also.) I also looked at the X-T20 and the X-E3 since they are fairly comparable, and would allow me the use of my current list of X lenses. However, I chose to go with the fixed lens, as I wanted an option that would allow great shots, but not require me to bring a lot of kit with me. I tend to agonize over which lenses to bring on a trip, and then usually get bogged down carrying too much. I felt that this would force me to go light if I chose to *and* force me to learn to use my feet in composing photos. I actually look at the fixed lens as a plus, not a negative. The Fujifilm colors are just awesome, and I am finding that I am now shooting every day, as I can take the X100F with me almost everywhere I go. I think that the only way you will be able to decide is to rent one for a weekend and try it out. Hope this helps!