The Panasonic LX100 is being celebrated quite heartily on this, the day of its formal unveiling before Photokina. And with good reason: It's a helluva camera. But one omission on the part of Panasonic - an integrated flash (even a weak one for fill purposes) simply makes me crazy. Maybe it's because the camera is so close to perfect to me in every other way. But what is it with these camera companies? They seem to have a biological need to pull some bone-headed move with every new design. So, I'm reconsidering the LX100. My other option with the money I've saved from selling off some other cameras is the X100T. The Fuji is a fixed focal-length camera versus the 24-75mm equivalent zoom of the LX100. External controls are similar on both cameras and both have viewfinders. The X100T has a larger sensor but the Panasonic (I'm only assuming here) probably focuses faster. I don't have to rush this decision. But if anyone has any thoughts they'd like to offer, I'd love to read them.