Earlier in the year I treated myself to a new camera. It's been many years since I bought one, which was a perfectly serviceable Panasonic FS-15 compact, to replace my lost-or-stolen Panasonic TZ3, which I loved. The FS-15 didn't have a "wow" factor and with the advent of smartphones and fantastic smartphone cameras, it rarely left a drawer at home.
Last year I upgraded my mobile from an iPhone to a Motorola Moto G, which is a great phone in many respects, but has a really poor camera. I was given a very generous gift voucher when I left my last job and so had the perfect excuse to buy a dedicated camera.
I'd been very tempted by a Panasonic CSC camera ever since I read this review of the GF1 years ago, and the GM1 was high on my list, but there were a lot of compromises: no EVF... In the end I picked up a Sony RX 100 Mark 3 which had the right balance of compromises for me.
I haven't posted a lot of photos to this site in the past but I hope to do so in future. I've got to make some alterations to the software first.
Post-script: Craig Mod, who wrote that GF1 review, wrote another interesting essay a few years later: Cameras, Goodbye, where he discusses whether smartphone cameras are displacing even the top end of the Camera market.