The lens mechanism on my Sony RX100 mk ii has failed - exactly as happened to the mk i that I owned before it. Although the RX100 mk ii does all that I would like of a travel camera bar the absence of an optical viewfinder, I am unwilling to buy a third knowing that the lens mechanism will also fail within a couple of years. I had the mk i repaired and it failed again soon afterwards so I am not prepared to get the mk ii repaired.
Before I buy a Canon G5X* as the replacement, if you have hands-on experience with alternatives please will you be kind enough to suggest what you like about them?
Minimum 1" sensor
Body size suitable for carrying in a jacket pocket
PASM shooting modes
*The primary reasons for gravitating towards the G5X are that my Canon speedlights will work with it and I'll no longer have to use my turret viewfinder in bright light. Yes, I know that using a G5X as a travel camera means I will need plenty of spare batteries with me.