Editors' Choice

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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Samsung WB2200F Review

  • Very good photos, videos
  • 60x zoom
  • Dual-grip system
  • Unusual, bulky shape
  • Poor-quality EVF
  • Weak at high ISO
Our Score 8

Nikon Coolpix AW120 Review

  • Terrific all-rugged body
  • Wi-Fi
  • GPS, built-in maps
  • Simple to operate
  • Basic point-and-shoot quality
  • No non-automatic modes
  • Mic picks up lens movement noise
  • Stiff buttons
Our Score 7

Nikon Coolpix P600 Review

  • 60x mega-zoom (24-1440mm)
  • Good photos of static subjects
  • Superior VR system
  • Poor EVF, no eye sensor
  • Need a hard edge to focus quickly
  • Not as responsive as stated
Our Score 7

Nikon Coolpix S9700 Review

  • Good-looking images
  • 30x zoom lens
  • Built-in GPS
  • So-so OLED screen
  • Rudimentary Wi-Fi
  • Compression artifacts in Normal mode
Our Score 7.5

Sony Alpha a6000 Review

  • Very good stills and movies
  • 11 fps burst mode
  • Super-responsive AF system
  • Quality EVF and LCD
  • Kit lens is too limiting
  • No touchscreen display
  • Red-dot movie button hard to engage
Our Score 8.5

Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 Review

  • 21x optical zoom
  • Snappy Android performance
  • Good battery life
  • Android adds lots of functionality
  • Attractive, responsive touchscreen
  • Image quality should be better
  • Pairing and sharing is unreliable
Our Score 6

Canon PowerShot N100 Review

  • Nice-looking photos
  • Unique storytelling mode
  • Bright touchscreen
  • Wide aperture lens
  • Overly large and heavy
  • Stumbles at high ISOs
  • Rear-facing camera a bit gimmicky
  • LCD doesn’t fully tilt
Our Score 6

Canon PowerShot SX600 HS Review

  • Compact, pocket-friendly body
  • 18x optical zoom
  • Easy to operate
  • Mediocre, noisy images
  • No advanced shooting modes
  • Slow lens zoom
Our Score 6