As I look at the way cameras are developing, with larger and larger sensors packed into smaller and smaller bodies, I wonder about the fate of cameras like the LX7. The LX7 is unique in today's market as it is the only camera with a 24mm f1.4 lens that is more like 21.5mm at 16:9 ratio. The files hold great potential for postprocessing and the lens is superb. And it can fit in a pocket and be palmed unobtrusively, unlike what appears to be its successor, the LX100. Is the LX7 likely to be the last small sensor camera with such a fast wide angle lens? Will such cameras disappear into the annals of history as larger cameras with bigger lenses and sensors push ahead? I'm considering getting a spare LX7 and storing it for such a possibility.