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 1 J5 Review

  • Outstanding burst mode
  • Solid, quality images
  • Compact, affordable
  • Good ISO performer
  • Weak battery life
  • Electronic stabilization, not optical
  • Single burst only last for 20 frames
Our Score 8

Samsung NX500 Review

  • 28.2MP BSI APS-C sensor
  • 4K videos
  • Terrific image quality
  • Speedy autofocus system
  • No viewfinder
  • Flash isn’t built-in
  • Some 4K-recording limitations
Our Score 8

Nikon D5500 Review

  • Quality 24MP stills
  • Decent 1080/60p movies
  • Vari-angle, touchscreen LCD
  • Great user interface for newbies
  • Less-substantial construction
  • Weak 18-55mm lens kit
Our Score 8

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II Review

  • High-quality stills and videos
  • Five-axis image stabilization
  • Superb high ISO handling
  • 40-megapixel photo mode
  • Highly customizable
  • Menu system and controls slightly clunky to use
  • Flash not built in
  • No 4K support
Our Score 8.5

Lytro Illum Review

  • Great design
  • Nice touchscreen
  • Built-in 8x zoom
  • Refocusing effect
  • Price can’t justify image quality
  • Steep learning curve
  • Niche gadget
  • Can’t shoot video
Our Score 5

Sony Alpha A7 Mark II Review

  • Full-frame image quality in a compact body
  • Rock-steady five-axis stabilization
  • XAVC-S video format
  • Slow burst modes not ideal for action
  • No built-in flash
Our Score 8

Samsung NX1 Review

  • One of the best APS-C cameras reviewed yet
  • Captures 4K videos directly to media card
  • Fast response, speedy focusing
  • Limited number of S-series lenses
  • Doesn’t have DSLR stamina (for burst modes)
  • Heavier than other mirrorless models
Our Score 9

Canon PowerShot SX60 HS Review

  • 65x optical zoom
  • Quality images, decent videos
  • Solid LCD and EVF
  • Relatively poor ISO performer
  • Some focusing issues at extreme telephoto
Our Score 8