I've searched previous threads here but discussions are 6 years old and there are a lot newer options today. I'm a Canon shooter but not opposed to picking up a second system. Read through a lot of Life Pixel's website and they say mirrorless is ideal for on-sensor focusing. I like the idea of a Fuji moreso than a Sony. Primary use will be landscapes shot midday, and I'm thinking of the super color conversion since its supposedly the most versatile without use of filters. But most mirrorless Fuji's are about 16mpx and $1,000 with no lens. I could grab a Canon M5, but then I'd need to drop $200 just on an EF lens converter if I want to use the likes of my 24-70 f/4L IS or 16-35 F/4L IS. Both great lenses that I think would be great to use. So that kinda brings me back to Canon. Since I could get a 77D for say $700 I think that's the most cost effective way to go, but then I'd have to use live view. For what its worth I prefer bigger body cameras and never really liked the idea of the smallish buttons on a camera. Comments?