I walk my dogs every day, and there are photo opportunities every day. However, I have TWO DOGS They are little, but mighty. I have an a6000, but it can be a bit much deciding on which lens to bring, etc. I have a 16-55, 55-210 with the extender/adaptor (forget the name), 18-105 and 30 macro for that camera. This is important: My brother and fellow dog-walker, but Canon shooter (tons of lenses, etc), found that most of his shots in 2017 were with his little Leica, because he was on the dog walk and it was easier. It got me thinking about this. I recently sold my A7s, so have a bit of funds. I'm thinking of purchasing either a RX100V or an RX10iV. I remember I loved my old Canon SX50 for the zoom/fun factor, but I'm pickier about image quality now than then. So, do you all think that the RX10iV would satisfy some BIF and be small enough on the the dog walk, or just go for the small RX100V and forget about BIF until a good lens for that? The potential dog-walk shots are streams, plants, macro, birds... I do love BIF, but I realize from my picky-ness, to do that justice, I might need a Sigma ?-600 for my A7Rii. So, in summary, do you think the RX10iV would serve well all-around and provide the zoom-cool factor, or should I stick with the smaller RX100V and forget about the zoom? I've already determined that the a6000 with the 55-210+adaptor is more difficult than I want. Thanks!