I often like to shoot with two bodies, each on a shoulder strap. One body with 7-14 (or 9-18) lens mounted and the other body with 12-35/2.8 or 14-140 lens mounted. Sometimes the lens choice will vary from this, depending on situation. Ideally, the two camera bodies would be identical. This makes for a very quick-working, efficient method and reduces (or eliminates) lens swapping, which is time consuming, exposes sensors to dust/dirt, and increases the risk of dropping/damage. My camera body preference is for rangefinder-styling with a built-in EVF. I'm considering a pair of GX85s, GX8s, or Pen-Fs as candidates to use. The GX85 appears to have much to offer; great IQ, good IBIS, good grip, compact size and light weight. The EVF is good, if not great. The price is very attractive, which may be a significant factor given that this method of shooting is $ x2. The GX8 is an awesome camera, though is bit large and bulky. Grip is very good, great IQ, good IBIS, awesome EVF. Price is more than the GX85, though a good bit less than the Pen-F. The Pen-F is another awesome choice. Good size/weight, great IQ, great IBIS, awesome EVF. The grip hold is not great without adding an add-on appliance of some sort. Price sucks. In time, the price should improve somewhat.