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 Z6 review

The Nikon Z6 is the sibling to the new mirrorless Z7 -- but for some photographers, the cheaper Z6 may be the better option. Read where the $2,000 camera beats the $3,400 one (and where it doesn’t) in our Nikon Z6… See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Nikon Z6 Review

  • Fast 12 fps burst
  • Wider ISO range
  • Excellent low-light images
  • Attainable price point
  • Great image quality
  • Single card slot
  • Autofocus not as strong as DSLR
Our Score 9

Sony a7 III Review

  • Exceptional image quality
  • 10 fps continuous shooting
  • 693-point AF system
  • Very responsive performance
  • Very good 4K video
  • Frustrating menu and control layout
  • 2.36-million-dot EVF is behind the times
  • Video is no longer best in class
Our Score 8

Rylo Review

  • Incredible image stabilization
  • Easy to use editing features
  • Fast, reliable USB connection
  • Just plain fun
  • Simple interface
  • Waterproof case is extra
  • No multi-clip editing
  • Underexposes foreground when sky is bright
Our Score 7

Nikon Z7 Review

  • Excellent image quality
  • Sharp, accurate EVF
  • 5-axis in-body image stabilization
  • 4K video with pro features
  • Unhindered performance with Nikon F lenses
  • Limited 3D tracking
  • Less effective low light AF compared to D850
  • Fewer physical controls
Our Score 8

Fujifilm X-T3 Review

  • Excellent image quality
  • Significantly improved autofocus
  • 4K/60 and high bitrate video
  • Outstanding electronic viewfinder
  • Great design and user experience
  • No in-body image stabilization
  • Limited LCD articulation
Our Score 9

Canon EOS R Review

  • 5D Mark IV sensor in a smaller body
  • Fantastic EVF
  • Lots of customization
  • Great autofocus
  • Works with older lenses via adapters
  • No in-body stabilization
  • Burst rate limited to 5 fps with continuous AF
  • Single SD card slot
Our Score 8

Nikon Coolpix P1000 Review

  • Crazy telescopic zoom
  • Excellent optical stabilization
  • Solid image quality in good light
  • On-lens zoom controls
  • Decent build quality
  • Large and front-heavy
  • Controls inaccessible while processing images
  • Autofocus, image quality suffer in low light
Our Score 7

Nikon D7200 Review

  • Excellent stills
  • Latest Nikon image processor
  • Very good ISO performance
  • Extensive customization
  • Wi-Fi, NFC
  • Big, bulky
  • No tilting touchscreen
  • Video frame rate only 30p
  • Difficulty grabbing focus for low-light video
Our Score 7.5