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Huff says the minimalist Gariz 'case' adds a centimetre or so to the bottom of the RX1, which assists in handling it. Still gives access to battery, card and even includes a tripod mount, important for some.
Also has a ring for attaching a fancy strap to. Owing a lage number of cameras made me care much more about weight and performance than size...I could never reject one out of hand (no pun) because I had to concentrate a little more on holding it. It's a small price for the image quality and operation excellence of the RX1, which at least has a decent size lens to hold.
You get used to holding most things even if they are not ideal for you. They can't be, given the range of human hands...variations in overall size, suppleness, strength, finger length/thickness, etc. From girly model hands to boilermaker hands; some are arthritic, injured, congenital abnormalities. Normal people work around these kinds of things and the whole small camera market depends on it, and has done well.
I would never use a camera not fastened to a strap however.