I agree. I hated to let my X30 go but I have other cameras - even other compacts - that can do so much more. A pity Fuji never bothered bringing out a camera with a one-inch sensor. Meanwhile, I'm set for full-frame, APS-C and micro four-thirds. It's more than enough.Yep. I guess I've gotten away from small sensors since I originally created this thread. I liked the X30 a lot, and its form factor had a lot to recommend it, but I get better imagery with the X-T2 or X100S these days.
I’m the same way about the X70. But I had an X30... and regret selling it. I really wish Fuji would do a compact with a one-inch sensor.(every once in a while I'm looking for used X30's... but with the amount of cameras I already have they still cost too much for what I could justify :-D )
That's exactly it. A one-inch sensored camera might do the trick. But if you, like me, have an X-E3 at the ready, the old 2/3-inch sensor tends to get left behind. But I do still have an old X10 in the closet. So if we ever do such a challenge...I bought a used X20 a few years ago. It’s such a fun camera to use. Maybe we need to do a small sensor “Singles in . . .” Challenge. It’s hard to grab it when it’s next to the XE3 and then you let the battery go dead.
Here ya go . . .How different are they in size?
The X10/20/30 were never the smallest, but once you add an equivalent lens to the X-E3, is it going to be pretty large?
But then again, if the X10/20/30 aren't really pocketable and you need a bag to carry anyway - might as well take the bigger camera?
Just rambling and thinking loud here...