I’d recommend a continuous shooting speed of at least five frames per second, and more is better. For me, the 8-10 range is ideal, which you can find on quite a few cameras these days.
And honestly, anything more than 10 fps is overkill for most street photography purposes. You’ll run through your memory cards ridiculously fast, and end up with a huge amount of unnecessary shots.
You’ll also want to get a camera with a decent buffer. There’s no use in being able to shoot at 10 fps if you can only capture 15 frames. So I recommend you look for a camera with a buffer of at least 25 RAW files (and more is better!).
50mm | f/3.5 | 1/160s | ISO 320
3. Excellent autofocus with strong eye detection
As I said above, street photography happens fast.
And you’re often reacting to moments that come and go instantly.
24mm | f/8 | 1/200s | ISO 320