I owned both a DSLR and a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera (OMD EM5). I normally use my OMD when I am travelling and wanted to bring something light. However, as I am always being posted overseas on working assignment, I find the OMD kind of clumsy and attracted lots of attention. I am hoping to get a smaller compact camera with good IQ and can fit into my pocket easily. When I go around taking shots on streets, I wouldn't attract too much attention to myself. Plus this camera needed to be able to take close up shots (thus the Canon G1X is out) for my work purposes (of course I am not looking at 1:1 macro shots). I came to know the RX100 is a nifty little jewel that can almost fulfil most of my needs, however, the price is kind of high. Then came the Samsung NX mini which is kind of interesting and at a very low price. So here is the thing... I am now torn between the RX100 and the NX mini... both having 1" sensor and both sporting around 20MP of resolution... I am wondering if any of you guys could give me some advises. Of course NX mini is a interchangeable lens camera and in future more lenses will be available, but frankly speaking, I am not looking at too wide a range (I can fill those out with my DSLR and OMD if needs be and in working trips, the range I normally needed would not be more than 100mm). Hope to hear from you guys soon.