Decided I want to re-focus on my family, and downsize my Canon gear to a mirroless setup I can manage with 2 very active children and 1 more on the way. After handling several bodies/brands at a local stores, I narrowed down to Sony (for compactness/AF speed) and Fujifilm (for control layout). I seem to prefer the Sony lens options and the Fujifilm bodies.
I was ready to pull the trigger on:
Sony a6300 (body only)
35 1.8 as my grab and go
18-200 f3.5-6.3 for when I want versatility and reach (in a small form factor, outside with good light)
90 2.8 macro (because I enjoy both macro & using a long prime for sit-down portraits)
I originally wrote off Fuji due to the seemingly higher costs and fewer native lens choices, until I read about XE-3 which I've not yet to have the opportunity to try
Fujifilm XE-3 with 23 f2.0 (a little wider than I'd prefer, but still a focal length I'd enjoy)
18 - 135 f3.5-5.6 (I wish it were longer, but it would still serve my intended purpose)
80 2.8 macro (very surprised by the price, vs my 100L - also worried that the critters I sometimes shoot would run away or find themselves cornered and decide to charge at me @ 80mm or 90mm...)
Has anyone had experience with both?