Editors' Choice

We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in cameras.

Panasonic Lumix G9 review

With an 80MP high-resolution mode, top LCD display, class-leading viewfinder, and nearly perfect controls, the G9 is Panasonic’s best stills-focused camera yet. Oh, and it shoots 4K/60 video. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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GoPro Hero (2018) Review

  • Built-in touchscreen
  • Waterproof without a case
  • Great mobile apps
  • Voice control
  • Very easy to use
  • Lacks ProTune
  • Limited resolution and frame-rate options
  • Interface has basic options from Hero5/Hero6
  • Some cheaper cameras have more features
Our Score 7

MADV Madventure 360 Review

  • Truly pocketable design
  • IP67 dust and water sealed
  • Good exposure controls for this class
  • Selfie stick and mini-tripod included
  • Good still photo quality
  • So-so video quality
  • Very buggy app experience
  • Uninspired editing controls
  • The 360 party trick is cheaper elsewhere
Our Score 6

Sony a7 III Review

  • Excellent still image quality
  • Excellent 4K video
  • 10 FPS continuous shooting
  • Significantly improved battery life
  • Best value in its class
  • Slightly heavier than mark II model

Panasonic Lumix G9 Review

  • Great build quality
  • Intelligent control layout
  • 80MP high-resolution mode
  • 5-axis in-body stabilization
  • 6K photo and 4K video
  • Burst rate has odd limitations
  • Smaller sensor than similarly sized/priced…
Our Score 9

Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II Review

  • Great build quality
  • Very fast performance
  • Incredible in-body image stabilization
  • Professional quality 4K video
  • MFT format won’t meet needs of all photographers…
  • Expensive
Our Score 8

Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5S Review

  • Video-focused 10.2MP, multi-aspect sensor
  • Waveform, vectorscope displays
  • Dual native ISO
  • DCI 4K at 60 fps
  • Time code in/out
  • No image stabilization
  • More expensive than GH5

DxO ONE Review

  • 1-inch, 20MP sensor
  • 32-mm equivalent, f/1.8 lens
  • Lightning and Wi-Fi connections
  • SuperRAW and RAW uncompressed files
  • Great software, UI
  • High price for a niche camera
  • Not for fast action
  • No support for Android phones
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