The Olympus XA2 is a curious little camera with a unique set of features. Shutter speed and aperture are automatic with no manual over-ride. There is manual scale focus with the middle range as the default. The viewfinder is quite bright. The 35mm 4-element D-Zuiko lens is very sharp. Somehow, all of those things together help to capture moments of my world view better than most of my other cameras.
My XA2 has a tendency to under-expose outdoor shots. On a morning walk downtown I set the ASA to 100, a stop lower then what the film is rated at. That worked mostly ok, but the camera's metering was still a bit erratic. I may have to look for another example of this camera as I really like the pictures it makes.