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I'm probably one of the few that like the "P" series of cameras. I don't have the latest P7700 iteration, but the size is similar to my P7000. I still use the P7000, and like it a lot for climbing peaks or descending canyons where weight truly matters. It's sharp and shoots raw. But truly pocketable, it isn't. It's big. You always know it's there - if you have a big enough pocket. Otherwise it has to go in a pack or fanny pack. Good things are raw, is super sharp, it takes the Nikon flash, has an 18-200mm equivalent lens, and has a ton of controls. You can also buy tripod mounting hardware from RRS for it. Bad thing is it can be slow, which doesn't matter for a landscape shot.
However, if I was buying today, I'd look seriously at the V1 closeouts.
And for a pockatable camera, the Canon S100 or so series is better.