And people wonders why the dedicated P-n-S camera market is on life support.
The best camera is the one that you have on you.
Looks nice specially the lovely retro looks and ergonomics but if you want portability, APS C sensor and relative cheap you can pick the Sony A6300 with the 16-50mm lens kit, it should be less than $700... if you want even cheaper camera you can look for the Sony A6000 for just $350 with the 16-50 kit lens, for photos is still a very competitive camera in 2020.
With the price of a midrange DSLR and with a simple
pancake lens, X100V is not a "popular" compact at all !
Look at Canon G5X II and G7X III how it's perfectly done !
V is for veee, but the customers are not sheeeps ...
AnonD-914486, 05 Feb 2020It's very funny to pay this price for a pocket amateurish tourist camera when you can buy for ... moreYou can't put them in your pocket though. This is not aimed at professionals.
I prefer the upcoming RX10 V but that's a Bridge camera that definitely won't fit in your pocket.
If I was looking for a pocketable camera I'd look into this and Sony's RX100 line, if I wanted a rugged pocketable camera I'd look into the much inferior but cheaper Olympus Tough TG 6, if I wanted a full frame pocketable camera I'd look into the Sony RX1 II/RX1 III.
There is no place of dslr cameras ...we have 48 64 and even 108 mp cameras