If you ever consider a fixed lens camera the Ricoh GR APS-C is amazing. Super sharp lens, no low pass filter, ND filter built in and super light. It really fits in a pants pocket.I use an OMD-5 for nature and wild life, but now I am looking for a smaller equipment pro street photos and travel.
pl7 or GMxx panasonic are my doubts.
Any recommendation will be welcomed
The PL5 and PL7 will definitely out perform any of the others you mention since they have the same sensor as the EM-5 and EM-1. The 5 way IS just doesn't make them that much better, But you will pay with increased weight and size.I hear the new Canon G7X is superb. If you don't mind slightly older technology and a smaller sensor, the Lumix LX7 is a great (and definitely pocketable) small camera with both a fast lens, and a brilliant macro mode. Both the Nikon Coolpix A and the Ricoh GR (which both have superb 28mm fixed-equialent lenses) are remarkable (and very pocketable) cameras. And finally there's my current and almost pocketable compact, the underrated (in my opinion) and much maligned (due to its early autofocus woes, largely fixed in a firmware upgrade) Canon EOS-M with its diminutive but super-sharp 22mm pancake lens (a 35mm FOV equivalent).
All of the above are great - and small - cameras. Probably the Olympus PL5 or PL7 should be on the list, with either the 14mm or 20mm Panasonic pancake lenses
For me, "pocketable" is RX100 size or smaller. I've taken some high quality pictures with my iPhone 6+ - 8mp, OIS, auto-balanced flash temp, the biggest LCD of any camera, ... . Now if they'd give access to the raw files.I guess it depends on what your definition of pocketable is. There is jeans pocketable, army pants cargo pocketable, which is different from convertible hiking pants pocketable, hunting jacket game pouch pocketable.
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