Editors' Choice

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-M1 Mark II review

Olympus pushes deeper into pro territory with the E-M1 Mark II, doubling down on performance and features while risking a $2,000 starting price. See Full Review »

Our Score 8

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Olympus OM-D E-M1 Review

  • Quality 16-megapixel CSC
  • Excellent built-in EVF
  • Superior ISO capability
  • Much too expensive
  • Top video quality only 1080/30p
  • Great images, but not full-frame level
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 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

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 Galaxy NX Review

  • Great image quality
  • Fast hybrid autofocusing
  • Full-featured Android OS
  • LTE cellular option
  • Outrageously expensive
  • No physical camera controls
  • Simplicity could be frustrating
  • Not all apps support the full camera features
Our Score 6.5

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 A7 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

Pentax K-1 Review

  • High-quality stills
  • 5-axis in-camera stabilization
  • Unique adjustable LCD
  • Seems dated even though it’s a 2016 model
  • Only 30p video, not even 60p let alone 4K
Our Score 6