A "SL" or a P&S with a lens mount and a larger sensor. The review gives them cudos for breaking away from the "60 year old SLR mindset", since Panasonic never built a film SLR. Then they made it look like an SLR for marketability, including the faux reflex hump.
The question I have, is it compact enough and that much lighter weight, to justify the compromises. There are P$S's out that have the functionability of a DSLR (RAW, manual exposure, hot shoe) that are indeed compact and very light weight, that may come closer to the justication.
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