I've been using my E-M5 and Panasonic 20mm combination in many settings, most recently in low light conditions such as museums and nighttime time lapses where I can drop down to 1/3 second shutter speed and still get damn sharp pictures. Unfortunately this isn't the most pocketable of combinations, so I recently got a Ricoh GR to complement it, but that camera's lack of image stabilization and f/2.8 lens means it's no match in low light with no flash. Is there a single camera out there that combines the merits of the E-M5/Panny 20mm in a pocketable package, or is that (or the E-P5, but it's not that much smaller barring the E-M5's EVF) about as small as you can get? That new Olympus Stylus with the f/1.9 lens and 5-axis IBIS has too small a sensor to compete, otherwise it would be perfect. If only you could get that with a fast fixed lens and a :43:sensor.