The G7 seems like the practical choice with 4K video to pull stills from and what think would be a decent autofocus. However, I've had the chance to play around with one and I'm just not that excited about it. Maybe it's the DSLR styling or build quality?
I love the idea of the Fujifilm x-mount system and have seen the X-E2 as low as $500 for the body. I'd likely start with the F2 35mm ($300) for a total of $800 to start. I'd probably purchase one or two lenses a year until I have the basics.
Contrast this with the G7 with 14-42 kit at $600 and a $200-300 prime.
Pros of the Fujifilm: great JPEGs (I don't have much time for post processing), great lenses, larger sensor. Cons: autofocus (was this fixed with the 4.0 firmware?)
Pros of the Linux G7: 4k video (seems cool, but I don't do much video and my phone seems to do fine), articulating screen, maybe a better autofocus, easier to use?
Can the x-e2 get a small kid in motion? Is the f2 35mm versatile enough to last me a few months?
I'd love any suggestions or feedback. Thanks!