My Leica D-LUX was stolen when I was living in Belgium, and while I've considered replacing it with another, I find the camera on my iPhone 6s to be pretty handy and good enough when it comes to taking snapshots. After reading this review of the Leica Q, however, I think it may be time to get back into the Leica game:
"The Q is small but substantial. Solid. It becomes an effortless all-day companion. Strapped across my chest, it was banged sideways against rocks, motorcycles, stone walls, metal water bottles, farmers, cats.2 It captured everything thrown at it and into it. And while I was suspicious of the value of the camera at first, these past six months have made it clear that this machine has serious legs. I now understand the limitations of this photographic instrument, of which there are few. And I trust and enjoy it more than any other camera I’ve owned. Yes, even more than my iPhone.
I believe that in hindsight — and I realize this sounds kind of crazy, as if I’ve binge-inhaled all of the Leica Kool-Aid at once — the Leica Q will be seen as one of the greatest fixed-prime-lens travel photography kits of all time."