Editors' Choice

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

Nikon D500 review

Nikon’s D500 is an enthusiast DSLR that truly impresses. It delivers the excellent image quality one would expect, but it introduces several new tech that makes it a joy to use. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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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

Panasonic Lumix ZS60 Review

  • Compact size
  • Leica lens with 30x zoom
  • 4K video capture
  • Post Focus, 4K Photo modes
  • Small sensor, works best in daylight
  • Sensitivity is good for up to only 800
  • Noticeable artifacts in fast-action videos
Our Score 6

DxO ONE Review

  • 1-inch, 20.2-megapixel sensor
  • 32-mm equivalent, f/1.8 lens
  • Works beautifully with iPhone, iPad
  • SuperRAW and RAW uncompressed files
  • Great software, UI
  • High price for niche camera
  • Not for fast action
  • No support for other phones
Our Score 8

Sony RX1R II Review

  • Superb 42-megapixel full-frame photos
  • First-ever variable optical low-pass filter
  • Outstanding built-in viewfinder
  • Fast prime lens
  • Compact size
  • No built-in image stabilization
  • Lacks 4K video support
  • Expensive
Our Score 8

Sony A7S II Review

  • Excellent 12.2MP full-frame stills
  • Top-notch 4K, 120-fps Full HD videos
  • Whopping 409,600 ISO
  • 14-bit compressed/uncompressed RAW
  • Very noisy at high ISOs
  • Not ideal for action
  • Expensive
Our Score 8