My Ricoh GX100 is on the way out, a power issue causes it to drain batteries after 20 or so shots. So I am looking for something to replace it with, it does not have to be as small about the size of the Olympus EPL bodies with a pancake lens would be fine. This is what I have considered; Canon M1 with 22mm, Nikon J4 or 5 with 10mm, Panasonic GM5 with 17 2.8 Oly lens plus perhaps the small zoom, Sony RX100 mk3 and finally the Nikon Coolpix 1. I like the idea of a 35mm equivalent I find it a great walk around after a 50mm but I have a 55mm on the A7 so might as well have the other one that works for me. The Canon's AF speed worries me though 99% of stuff I take is static, the Sony means I have to live permanently with a zoom and I do prefer a prime but it is a nice nippy little camera. The Nikons being 28mm equivalents are not as preferred but I can work with it ok, the panasonic 12-32 is a nice zoom and their 14mm is a great lens the Oly 17 2.8 is OK not bad but not as sharp as the Canon 22mm. An eye level finder is vastly preferred but am willing to give it up for other advantages mostly good image quality (RAW) and reasonable AF. I tend to walk about at f8 and leave the camera in aperture priority adjusting compensation when needed.
So if anyone has experience of these especially having used 2 or more I would like to know what are the good and bad points and have I missed any out, ideally I want to keep it bellow £350 but can stretch a bit for something that will work better.