Panasonic Lumix GF6
Panasonic's entry-level Micro Four Thirds efforts began with the DMC-GF1. That camera's rangefinder-style layout blended control and design well, even managing to find a place for a hot shoe. The GF2 ditched a mode dial for a touchscreen. With the GF3, things went off the rails. Instead of a thoughtful blend of form and function, the GF became amorphous, gained a round hump on top, and lost the majority of the previous incarnations’ hardware controls.