One thing serious photographers would like is a camera that takes pictures with the quality of a digital single-lens reflex camera, but one that’s lighter and much more compact. I reviewed several decent attempts last year, including the Canon S95 and the Leica D-Lux 5. They were souped-up, ultracompact cameras that combined a much better lens with a slightly improved image sensor. The results were quite impressive; they slipped into a pocket, but were not quite up to DSLR quality. This week I’m reviewing a camera that comes closer to DSLR quality but doesn’t quite slip into a pocket.