A couple of snaps from this wet but fine evening.
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Camera: The new Canon GX7 II. So far I like it a lot. Crucially it focuses very fast indeed, even in poor light. Until pretty recently this was a big weakness of compacts.
It has a tilt-screen and goes to a 100mm-e tele, both of which are important to me.
And high-ISO seems good, the first pic is at ISO 1200. (It has a large sensor for a compact, a "one-inch" like the Sony RX100.)
The look and feel of it is excellent.
It's not the smallest compact ever, but it does fit in a breast pocket.
It has some nice details, for example it does not open into the widest wide-angle view like most compacts, but in the middle. That often saves time.