I've come to the conclusion that I only want to photograph my (growing) family, and find myself it more scenarios than not that I can't manage "dadding" and my 70D/lenses. I've been looking at different systems and testing where available - and believe mirrorless is the best fit for me, and would appreciate any insight re: complementing with EOS-M and the EF adapter as needed vs switching brands entirely.
If I stay with Canon - I'd likely gravitate to an EOS-M5 (for the build-in EVF), and a 22mm pancake to walk around, and throw on an ef adapter/my 100L for when i want to take a portrait or have some macro fun. I'd like to add a zoom to the mix, but i prefer to shoot indoors/natural light and am concerned with the lack of any other fast eos-m glass.
If I switch brands outright, I'm eyeing the Fuji X-E3 with 18-55 and 80mm macro and possibly their 27mm pancake for when i want very pocket able. But obviously the cost of switching adds up fast. I also looked at the X100F - but prefer having focal length options. I really like the manual controls too.
I really wanted to like the Sony A6300 - but I may have had a defective copy, or was too turned off by the power zoom kit lens. I tried it with the 35 1.8 as i didn't have access to their pancake, and it was a little bulkier than I'd of cared for with that system. I really enjoyed playing with their 90mm macro though.
I'm also a little nervous of buyers remorse, as the Sony and Canon offerings seem to have been out for a while, so who knows if they are due for a refresh...
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.