The Fuji X100 is an incredibly versatile street shooter, despite the fact that it has just a prime 23mm lens. Here's a few very different shots, all taken on Mt Pleasant Road in Toronto within 30 minutes of each other, that demonstrate that fact.
The X100 has lovely bokeh when shooting with a shallow depth of field.
It is able to focus extremely close. This shot was of a diorama positioned only a few inches behind the shop window glass.
Normal street scenes are a cinch.
The camera is non-threatening in a way that a DSLR isn't, allowing you to squeeze into places to get shots you normally couldn't.