I'm looking for a compact film P&S to use mostly in low-light without flash. I have an epic but the lens is too poor at wide apertures. I like the camera overall: it is very simple and small. I have a Hexar AF, and I like it, but for different purposes. Well, my intended use is for a "pocket" camera. Ideally it would fit in my jean pocket but the only camera that seems to rival the epic is the Contax T3 and Ricoh Gr1. Requirements: -Autofocus and autoexposure. -35mm-50mm f2.8 or faster. -Good performance at wide apertures. -Reasonably small. The lens must be retractable. Of lesser importance, but still important is the size, ergonomics, viewfinder, and build. I realize that portibility comes with sacrifices so I'm willing to let go of these first. I don't care for filters/hoods, body color, brand, and flash. My budget is flexible. Ideally I wouldn't want to spend more than I have to like everyone else but I want to be aware of all my options regardless of price. I'd love to keep it to $200-$300 but I would be willing to spend more but unlikely anything over $500. The cameras that I'm ruling out are: Ricoh series: too wide Rollei 35: scale-focus Hexar AF: too big Olympus Epic: lens is too poor at wide apertures. The cameras that i'm most interested in are: Contax T2 Contax T3 Fuji Klasse Fuji Klasse S Rollei AFM35 (same as Klasse, I've heard?) Nikon 35ti I'm leaning mostly towards the T2, or maybe a T3 if I'm willing to spend $$$. They seem to be the most common and popular. I don't hear much about the Fuji's but the specs seem to fit my requirements, so I'm looking into those. I hear about the Nikon but I don't see what it has to offer over the T2, but it's a worthwhile consideration. 1. Am I missing any? I threw out the Leica cameras because I'm not sure if they are worthwhile. I hear that the Minilux is plagued with E02 errors but what about the CM? I couldn't find the CM on ebay to find it's market value. Are they rare? The E02 and lack of CM availability makes me not want to consider these cameras, but I'm leaving them on the list anyways. 2. What are your experiences with these cameras? I'm sure some of you own or have owned more than one of these.