If you need a camera stat, do yourself a favor and pick up a Sony a6000. That's pretty much all that needs to be said. The camera itself is cheap and even cheaper today since it's release in 2014. This compact mirrorless get's the job done, either for portraiture work, captures of landscape and for the every day photographer. Sure, Sony justifies the need for consumers to upgrade to the latest and greatest, but honestly this camera is not too far from the "perfected" a6300.
Now, what's the best glass? Since going Sony full-frame a couple years back, I've invested only in FE mount lenses to seamlessly mount onto both aps-c and ff Sony mounts. Just don't sleep on the Sigma primes. These lenses are excellent for the aps-c Sony cameras and I personally will never give them up. Both the 19mm and 30mm are very affordable and cover the common focal lengths for the everyday photographer.
If you're on the fence and willing to sacrifice DSLR ergonomics, give this camera a chance. I'm confident it won't disappoint