Just as anyone, I had been less aware of people in wheelchair and had had not the faintest idea of how depressed and worried a person could get being confined to it until I was so last month. The first thing I did when bumping into the man was to see the worry in his eyes and paced faster (but not really as I am obliged by the recovering foot to move at a snail’s pace – but then I still carry a camera, diehard street photographer) forward to take the shot.
I have been fancying a used RX100 lately and got a hands-on only to find that it didn't give me the smooth workflow the cameras I tested and used, in particular a GRD, can offer. The RX100’s buttons and what they control are not consistent in different modes or at least not straight-forward. The top-plate mode dial is too rigid. The MF mode lacks a scale for facilitating zone focusing setups even though one can work out the rough distance in focus. All of these added to make it a less ideal choice for street photography. You know what I mean if you've tried the GRD – the king for street photography.