Sony IMX362 based phones (such as my Nokia 7 plus) have it too, but it's basically a symmetrical dual-sensor digital rangefinder, not Canon's single-sensor DPAF.Samsung has it in a phone, but in a camera as far as I know only Canon has DPAF IP, hence the question.
The only potentially interesting one for me from this list is RX100 V. Most of the rest aren't even compact.It isn't that compacts are dead, it is that Canon doesnt know (yet) how to MAKE a compact. There IS A MARKET, look at the zeiss zx1, the Leica q1/q2, and the Sony RX1/RX1R/RX1Rm2, as well as the apsc Ricoh gIII, and about the 7 models of 1" RX100's.
G7X II was quite an improvement in this regard.It shot RAW, with a 1fps burst. 1!
Who cares?Also, I had no B/W shooting, no picture style, no shooting with a digital orange filter.