Hi all. Before I start spending hours on a hunt, perhaps you can point me in the right direction from the get-go. Problem: the camera in my mobile sucks big time. (The operator generally sucks at photography, too, but we're not focusing on this). ;-) It's Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017), and while it does have a premium feel and performs acceptably for my needs, the camera is an obvious part where they cut down costs to make it as affordable as it is. I thought about changing my phone -- the ONLY candidate that would be an improvement, have an acceptably small size and have an acceptable price for me is Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact. But the lack of OIS makes me think twice, and reports of issues with the display make me think thrice. (Please don't recommend iPhones). So I'm thinking, perhaps there is a photo camera with amazing connectivity that could provide a similar experience to a mobile, ie point, shoot, share/send/transfer? So I'm thinking it would have to have Wi-Fi for quick online connection and Bluetooth + apps for communicating with my mobile? I have Olympus Stylus 1 for those rare occasions when I want to make an effort for better quality photos, but I don't carry it with me at all times except for trips, holidays etc, and even taking it out for some home photography feels cumbersome. The first thing that came to my mind when I started thinking about another camera was Olympus Tough TG-5. Does anyone have any experience with it? Also, I'm not 100% convinced if it actually is a good idea to go that way. On the one hand I care about immediate availability and being able to have it in hand in 2 secs, on the other, I don't think I'd carry another full-fledged device in my pocket, it would probably reside in my backpack, which I have with me some 90% of time. But would I bother to reach for the camera there instead of just grabbing my phone? A keychain camera that could meet my quality expectations would be too much to ask, I reckon? Any thoughts?