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

Sony A7R II review

Sony’s A7R II is so chock-full of advancements – a 42.4-megapixel back-illuminated full-frame sensor, 4K video, high ISO, fast autofocusing, and more – that it might just be the best camera of 2015. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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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

Nikon D7200 Review

  • Excellent stills
  • Latest Nikon image processor
  • Very good ISO performance
  • Extensive customization
  • Wi-Fi, NFC
  • Big, bulky
  • No tilting touchscreen
  • Video frame rate only 30p
  • Difficulty grabbing focus for low-light video
Our Score 7.5

Sony A7R II Review

  • 42.4MP BI full-frame sensor – industry first
  • 4K movies
  • ISO up to 102,400
  • Can autofocus some Canon lenses (via adapter)
  • Five-axis image stabilization
  • LCD non-touch capable
  • EVF has slight lag
Our Score 9

Canon EOS 5DS R Review

  • Beautiful 50.6MP stills
  • Excellent optical viewfinder
  • Good low-light performer
  • Affordable alternative to medium-format
  • Expensive for casual use
  • Video only up to 30p
  • Focusing issues in video recording
  • No built-in wireless
Our Score 8.5