Alright fellow traveling photogs, I need help deciding on a 'everyday carry' camera. I've been wanting a new 'everyday/travel' compact for quite some time and have endlessly read reviews, poured over specs and even rented. Yet I'm still very much undecided. The current everyday carry is an older Sigma DP1s which I do like but it's slow and not great in low light. In short, I'm looking for a packable travel camera to serve as an everyday carry that meets the following criteria... must be compact, budget around $1,000 main mission is weekly urban exploring on trips, secondary camera when the Fuji X-T1 is brought along macro'ish and/or focus stacking capability for Photo Lego Dude ( https://www.instagram.com/photolegodude/ ) fixed lens - not interested in ILC as I don't want to carry lenses limited zoom good but mega zoom not desired (18-75mm is quite fine) external manual controls a plus 1" sensor for high IQ USB charging - tired of carrying separate charger fast/sharp lens I realize a true do-it-all is impossible so compromise will occur somewhere. Current leading contenders are the Fuji X70, Sony RX100 V, Nikon DL 18-50 or 24-85 (if they are ever released), Panasonic LX10, Canon G7X MII or even rumored-to-be-coming soon Panasonic LX200 and the Fuji X100F. I rented the X70 awhile back and really liked it. Trouble is, I'm not quite sold on fixed focal length. While I'm a fan of 'zooming with your feet' there are times when it is physically impossible as we all know. The X100T/F is also very interesting though the 35mm might not be wide enough (don't want the added expense or carry of the WCL). Granted, I could always stitch a pano together if needed to go wide. So there it is, anyone use any of these cameras at all? I know some of you bring the SLR on trips and I bring my Fuji X-T1 on occasion when I'm on a specific mission but I like having something capable with me at all times that doesn't take up much room. If you are interested in further thoughts, I wrote an admittedly lengthy blog post awhile back on the subject... https://www.nicklasurephotography.com/blog/2016/3/6/best-travel-camera Appreciate any input!