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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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

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

Canon PowerShot G7 X Review

  • Excellent all-around pocket camera
  • Quality stills and movies
  • Bright 4.2x zoom
  • Weak battery life
  • Occasional focus miscues
  • No hot shoe
Our Score 8

Nikon 1 S2 Review

  • Good stills and videos
  • Fast hybrid autofocus, responsive
  • Compact, lightweight
  • No mode dial, poor interface
  • No built-in Wi-Fi
  • Too many tradeoffs versus competition
Our Score 6

Nikon 1 J4 Review

  • Compact, lightweight
  • Good stills and videos
  • Excellent response
  • Poor user interface
  • Noisy above ISO 800
  • Expensive (at list price)
Our Score 6

Samsung NX3000 Review

  • 20.3MP APS-C sensor
  • 180-degree-tilting LCD
  • Good response, quick focusing
  • Images don’t “pop,” slightly bluish
  • Flash blocks LCD
  • Mediocre video quality
Our Score 7

Nikon D750 Review

  • Beautiful full-frame stills
  • Excellent 1080/60p movies
  • Speedy response
  • Expensive
  • Shutter speed tops out at 1/4,000
  • Underexposes some scenes
Our Score 9