Since my backup RX1 is now dead, along with my primary RX1, I've been rooting around in my hall closet and resurrecting cameras I haven't used in a while and never bothered to sell.
First, it was my Fuji X100S.
Then it was my Fuji X-Pro1 / 18mm lens combo.
Most recently, I've been using a Samsung NX500 / Contax 28/f2.8 combo and now that I have a decent profile created for it, I'm rather enjoying photographing the way I did when I started 46 years ago; i.e., completely manually.
I do miss the leaf shutters of the RX1 and X100S, as they make using fill-flash easy-peasy, and I still have no idea why the NX500 acts wacky sometimes (i.e., three consecutive photos taken with the same settings a fraction of a second apart will look completely different, both exposure- and color balance-wise. <scratches head>
But this combination of sensor and lens renders photos in a very appealing way, which is my preference over ruthless accuracy when it comes to an everyday carry camera.
Here's a sample photo taken during yesterday afternoon's walk with Miss Abby:
Nothing to complain about here, eh?