KodaChrome25: M&M is a Google plant. She alienated half of YaHoo's employees. She's now alienating YaHoo subscribers. She dropped over a bil on Tumblr. She'll parachute out with another big chunk-o-cash. Then she'll run for Gov of CA having destroyed YaHoo. Like Whitman with E-Bay and now HP. Like Fiorina with HP.
Hate women much?
opfeifer: Call it retro or not, but my last three pocketable cameras, which weren't on the cheap side either, both died after less than two years of "lens error", the inability of that tiny motor to shift the lens barrel. If Fuji's hand-driven lenses make it past this point, they are worth it!
Two years is good. I kill them in 6 months. I throw in my pocket camera, keys, phone and let them fight it out. :-)I like the X-10's metal lens cap. It's indestructible.The cameras that have thin aluminum blades to "protect" the lens are too flimsy for me.
Marino Pascal: I returned the Sony RX100 and waiting for this. I already have the Fuji X-10 but it's a bit too bulky for the pocket.
I got the RX100 and returned it. I also have the X10 I love it but it's not really pocketable. @Thomas in California we don't wear coats. We wear t-shirts and shorts even in the winter. The reason I didn't like the Sony RX100 was ergonomics and useability. Everything seemed to be 5+ counter intuitive clicks away.
I returned the Sony RX100 and waiting for this. I already have the Fuji X-10 but it's a bit too bulky for the pocket.
This camers is doomed for two reasons.1) Proprietary image format. I think they want you to post images only on THEIR website and from there "share" on other sites. Like when you post on Youtube and then embed the Youtube video on other sites.2)One inch LCD screen/control panel. Cute? yes. Functional? Not so much.