Thanks for the further reply, and for sharing your experience. Fwiw, I'm tempted to say I am not annoyed with the RX1, but then I remember agreeing with Michael
(a deservedly rooted authority vs. my weediness):
From a functional point of view I only wish that the rear LCD was articulated. I know that Sony's engineers struggled mightily to put a full frame sensor into a camera this small, but I believe that a simple tilt hinge wouldn't have added that much.
_If_ the RX1 had a fully-articulated LCD I'd already own it (and know how to use it). As it is, I still need an excellent low-light camera; a small, portable camera, and a quiet, unobtrusive camera. And I _want_ the RX1.
Fwiw, IME --
. MFT does not give me the luminance range I want.
. I cannot get consistent color from my Sigma DP2M (I am, citing the same authority as above, "a pussy
. I have no experience with the X-Pro1.
Thanks again. I am (tonight at least) swayed by your and NancyP's argument that this is not a good time to learn _any_ new equipment. But the low-light ability of the RX1 calls to me from the darkness.