Editors' Choice

We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in cameras.

Fujifilm X-T2 review

Fujifilm’s X-T2 retains what photographers love about the X-T1, and adds features that help it appeal to a wider market, like faster autofocus and 4K video. See Full Review »

Our Score 8

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Fujifilm X-T2 Review

  • Excellent design
  • Fantastic image quality
  • Advanced 4K video
  • Significantly improved autofocus
  • Optional grip boosts power, performance
  • Lacks internal stabilization
  • Phase-detect AF doesn’t work with all lenses
  • Some menu options are confusing
Our Score 8

Samsung Gear 360 Review

  • Works seamlessly with S7/S7 Edge, Gear VR
  • Captures good-quality 360-degree photos, videos
  • Bright f/2 lens
  • Solid, water-resistant construction
  • Easy to use
  • Only works with select Samsung phones
  • Misaligned stitching
  • Hefty, awkwardly round
Our Score 7

Olympus Stylus Tough TG-870 Review

  • Rugged features
  • Very good still images
  • Good lens focal range (21-105mm)
  • Wi-Fi pairing with phones, tablets
  • Action camera mode
  • Not a low-light performer
  • Video focusing issues
  • GPS drains battery quickly
Our Score 7

Canon EOS 80D Review

  • Excellent 24-megapixel stills
  • Best DSLR autofocusing for movie capture
  • 45-point autofocus system
  • Headphone jack
  • No 4K video
Our Score 8

Nikon D500 Review

  • Amazing autofocus system
  • Excellent stills, very good 4K quality
  • ISO 1,640,000 max setting
  • Supports fast XQD storage format
  • Bluetooth pairing
  • Video AF could use more finesse
Our Score 9

Sony Alpha a6300 Review

  • Superb 24.2MP stills
  • Super-fast autofocus system
  • 4K and slow-motion video
  • Terrific performance with premium lenses
  • No touchscreen
  • Kit lens could be better
  • No advanced image stabilization
Our Score 8.5

Olympus O-MD E-M10 II Review

  • Quality 16MP stills with pleasing colors
  • Compact, lightweight
  • Very responsive
  • Built-in 5-axis image stabilization
  • Noisy shutter mechanism
  • No 4K video
Our Score 8

Ricoh Theta S Review

  • Easiest 360 cam to use
  • Good hand-held, portable design
  • Works with Google Street View app
  • Live-streaming capability
  • So-so video resolution
  • Limited storage
  • Few apps available
Our Score 7