Hi All, I am a fairly novice photographer getting into higher end cameras. A pro-photographer friend recently took some of our photos with his Fuji X-Pro2 in JPEG mode with a 35mm prime lens and the photos were unbelievably sharp and bright given the indoor low-light conditions. I really like the X-pro2 but at the same price point I can get a full frame Sony A7II (which has IBIS as well). Factors that a couple of pro-photographer friends mentioned are which lens system I should be buying into - the Sony lens system or the Fuji lens system? A full-frame system or an APS-C system? Some have recommended a cheaper camera with a great lens (e.g. a Sony A6000 or A6300 with a good lens). Some of my criteria for purchasing: 1. Good low-light performance - both indoors and outdoors at night. 2. Minimal to no post-processing. Fuji is well-known for its high quality JPEGs straight out of the camera. 3. An excellent lens system. 4. Sharp images with vibrant color. I am going to rent the X-Pro2, the A7II, the A6300, and the A6000 to play around with. What rental lens do you recommend to test these cameras out?