I used my Fujifilm X100V for this exercise, a popular camera for use in street photography. It has the advantage of being small and quiet, with a tilting screen that allows waist level capture, providing the illusion that camera is not in use. Its disadvantage is that it has a slightly wide-angle lens.
I took a series in the street and a series in the supermarket. I chose a series from the latter as it provided better consistency of background.
I am not practiced at this form and though zone focussing would be commonly used by street photographers, I chose to let the camera focus itself. The focus is therefore rarely spot on.