I have been trying different styles and experimenting with all of my cameras for a while now. My goal was to pick the best route to simplify my photography. As a result, I decided to sell my Fujifilm X100F and just use my Olympus cameras. I had already sold the X-Pro2 and X-T2 and my lenses. I am using my Olympus E-M1 Mark II mostly with the 12-35mm and 35-100mm F2.8 Panasonic lenses for the majority of my photography of Homewood activities, and my Olympus PEN-F with prime lenses for most of my touring, street, and walk-about set-up for my personal work trying new things and making images for my blog.
I really like my X100F and I have been dragging my feet about selling it; but, the advantages of being able to use different focal length prime lenses on the PEN-F, and as a backup for my event photography, and for the simplicity of using one system, were the deciding factors. This is at least the third time over the years that I have attempted to utilize the micro 4/3 system as my only system and I have finally gotten to be totally satisfied with it; but, that doesn’t mean that I won’t be looking for another camera that is even smaller for a pocket camera.