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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.

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II review

Olympus’ latest Micro Four Thirds camera, the E-M5 Mark II, is, hands down, excellent. With very few flaws, the camera shoots terrific photos and videos. See Full Review »

Our Score 8.5
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Our Score 9
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Our Score 9
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Casio Exilim EX-S500 Review

  • Unbelievably thin; extensive scene modes; good…
  • Poor LCD screen; uneven picture performance
Our Score 6.5
User Score 4

Konica Minolta Maxxum 5D Review

  • Sturdy; nicely-featured 6.1MP D-SLR
  • Poor LCD screen; very accurate images don't have…
Our Score 9
User Score 9

Canon PowerShot SD500 Review

  • Incredibly small; wonderful picture quality
  • Relatively short-lived proprietary battery;…
Our Score 8.5
User Score 8

Olympus Stylus 800 Review

  • Compact; fast; weather resistant 8MP digicam with…
  • No optical viewfinder; no AF assist lamp; uses…
Our Score 9
User Score 5

Kodak EasyShare Z740 Bundle Review

  • A great digital imaging solution for casual…
  • Camera skimps on some manual controls; dock…
Our Score 8.5
User Score 10

FujiFilm FinePix Z1 Review

  • Chic; slim 5MP digicam with 2.5-inch LCD
  • No viewfinder; poor LCD screen; uses proprietary…
Our Score 8
User Score 0

FujiFilm FinePix F10 Review

  • Beautiful photos
  • fast response
  • excellent point-and-shoot camera
  • terrific battery life
  • No optical viewfinder
  • limited manual controls
  • expensive xD cards needed
  • strange terminal adapter connection
Our Score 9
User Score 9

Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W7 Review

  • Seven mega-pixels for a song; excellent…
  • Auto focus has trouble in some situations;…
Our Score 8.5
User Score 9

Editor Camera Reviews

We are not hardcore photography professionals, nor are we distracted teenagers at the local mega-mart. We aren't trying to impress you with our command of functionality you'll never use, or trying to sell you something you don't need. Rather, we're knowledgable, passionate users of digital cameras in every shape, size, format, and OS. From simple pockets cams to the new-fangled mirrorless micro 4/3rds to professional DSLRs to revolutionary ideas like the Lytro, we test them the same way you use them. If you're looking for comprehensive reviews written in a language you can understand, look no further. If you want to be bombarded by specs, move along.