I always enjoyed photography but admit to dipping in and out a bit, I used a Minolta X-700 in the late 90’s for a few years and enjoyed using it, but found the processing aspect a drag, so left it alone for a while.
I Bought a Nikon Coolpix 900 when digitals first came out and nearly wore it out!
Fell in love with Panasonic Lumix after having a great Lumix FX8. A couple of years ago I wanted to go DSLR and found a bargain brand new Lumix L10 with Leica lens for £400, loved the size and feel, happy with the shots but have little to compare it two other than the above.
I now want a camera that shoots quality in low light (or buy another faster lens for the L10?); and love the idea of street photography (get a smaller second P&S camera?); I’m realist about the time I can spend on the hobby, particularly with three kids the ability to take a small but quality camera along on outings is a really must. Cost isn’t as much as an issue as it was in the past but I don’t want to spend money on 4/3 lens if I need to step up!
buy a Canon S90 as my P&S and buy myself some more time / keep on thinking about a new DLSR?
Consider buying an APS sensor size camera - Nikon/canon as my main format and expanding the lenses, might be better value?
or buy a Lumix GF1 or G2, get some new micro 4/3 lenses and trade in the L10 – use one system camera to deal with all my needs (is it small enough/is it good enough)?
I seem to be at an impasse!