I would take 35 and 100 along and forget the "all purpose" zooms all together.
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for me, the eos-m destroys this camera. especially for the price. I don't see how this can be priced at the 750ish price point when the M is 300 bucks with the 22mm f2 lens. maybe that's just me.
it seems to me like if you really want an all in one, non ILC then the Sony RX100 II is way better than this... if someone disagrees please explain why.
For me, the combination of 35mm and 85mm on two FF-bodies worked absolutely stellar.I use this setup for some of the ceremonies where i do not use flash. Works fine if I have freedom to move around (larger church, etc), but not so much in smaller venues. It still works, but I always try to get at least a few wide shots of the venue, so 24 or 10-22 (on crop)comes quite handy.