It's been said fairly often that the best camera is the one you have with you. In other corners of the internet, this concept expands to more levels than just photography.

EDC, or Every Day Carry, is a way of life for some. Forums and message boards about EDC are filled with images of neatly arranged flat lays of the contents of one's pockets or satchel bag. Water bottles, flashlights, multi-tools and wallets are common staples, and occasionally you'll see a photography lover include a compact point & shoot camera in their hoard.

The basic concept is that you should carry certain things with you every single day so you can be prepared for as many situations as possible. This means that the EDC package should have items that are durable, compact, multi-use and stylish. After all, if you're planning to carry something every day, it should look good, right?

Our pal Take Kayo has been carrying a Fujifilm X100V or a Ricoh GR III with him everywhere for about three months. These two ultra-capable compact luxury fixed-lens cameras are considered by some to be two of the best cameras you can keep on you at all times.

Have a listen to what Take's got to say about these two sleek and discreet choices. Which of the two would you feel more prepared with? Which would you rather carry around every day?