I'm in the market for a compact camera to go along with my 5D3. I am not looking for a DSLR replacement. I'm looking for a DSLR companion. I mostly take pictures of my one-year old daughter these days, but also enjoy street, fine art and travel photography. For portraits, the 5D3 + 85/1.2 combo is tough to beat. I also have a 35/1.4, and when my daughter gets a little older I'm sure I'll complete the trinity and pick up a 135/2. However, that combo (5D3 + 35/85/135) is a terrible rig to take on the street and to travel with. This is why I'm looking for a compact. I'm considering the following: – Fuji X100 – Fuji X-E1 – Fuji X-Pro! – Olympus OM-D E-M5 The RX1 is enticing, and I can't rule it out, but I don't think I want to spend that much and I much prefer an integrated viewfinder. I'm having trouble deciding. I don't need this camera to do it all; it's serving a specific purpose, which is to complement my 5D3 and be a carry around camera for street and travel. All 4 of the cameras above seem very good. One has a fixed lens, of course. I appreciate the creative freedom that comes with fewer choices, so this appeals on the one hand. On the other, since one of the main purposes of this camera is for travel, I'm not sure I'd be happy with a single FOV on a trip. I'd be more likely to want 2-3 primes, say a 21, 35 & 85. I'm quite partial to OVFs, though, which pushes me toward the X100 if I can live with a fixed lens, or the X-Pro1, if I want interchangeable lenses. But will I be able to live with the sub-par AF speed of the X-Pro1? I don't know, since my daughter moves fast! Then I think, well, the OM-D may be the best compromise. It does everything well, has super fast AF, great lens selection, and a built-in viewfinder (albeit EVF). But I sacrifice a couple of stops of DOF compared to the 5D, and one stop compared to the Fuji's. I'm stumped! What do you think?