Haha, you read correctly. I got rid of it last month. I felt it was just gathering dust since 28mm isn't what I typically use. It was my sole camera on my trip to Paris at the end of 2016, and worked a treat. But I found it somewhat redundant for my style of landscapes in Scotland, and since that's mainly what I shoot nowadays, I decided to cash-in.
I switch up my digital cameras a lot, but I still have every film camera I've ever owned--isn't that weird? I guess it shows where my love lies.
Hmm, a camera is a tool, right? So if I only had one option available I'd be fairly comfortable to take a photo. Once you know where the shutter dial, aperture dial, and ISO dial is, you're good to go, right? The rest is gimmick. But I have been shooting mirrorless for 4 years now and I can probably bet my last buck that I will never choose to buy a DSLR again. Do you have a preference to Canon? I used to shoot Nikon and had a brief spell with Canon. I always felt the colours were warmer with Nikon and a bit more green with Canon. Maybe that's changed since then.