Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III Hands-on: Making Impossible Shots Easy

With the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III, less is more. You don't need a tripod and filters for challenging shots.
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GoPro Media Mod review: Turn your action cam into a YouTuber’s dream

With two shoe mounts, it’s the foundation to build your Hero8 Black into a production tool
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Sigma Fp review: A miniature marvel with a fatal flaw

The Fp is a new breed of mirrorless camera with best-in-class video features. But it lacks key ingredients

Kodak Smile Classic review: Large prints, buggy camera

Can't decide between picking up an instant camera or a mobile photo printer? The Kodak Smile Classic is both, using a 16-megapixel sensor to shoot and print to Zink paper along with Bluetooth.

Sony A6600 hands-on review: Small camera, big deal

Sony's new flagship APS-C camera is more evolution than revolution, but improvements in the key areas of battery life and autofocus help it maintain an edge.
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Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III review: Still the camera to buy

It isn't perfect, but thanks to its ultra lightweight design and capable performance, the E-M5 Mark III is one of the best values in cameras today.
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GoPro Max review: A smarter, easier-to-use 360 camera

360-degree video still feels like a novelty, but the Max is a solid camera with an excellent mobile app that makes working with immersive video easier than ever before.

Sony A6100 review: A great camera under $1,000

With the same sensor and real-time autofocus system as the $1,400 A6600, the A6100 an absolute steal at just $750. It's one of the best cameras you can buy.

Hasselblad X1D II 50C review

At $5,750, the X1D II 50C is thousands less than original and pushes the medium format camera into full-frame territory, but it's still slow and often frustrating to use.

Canon EOS M6 Mark II review: Do megapixels matter?

The M6 Mark II puts more power and pixels into Canon's compact EOS-M mirrorless line, but it fails to outshine the competition due to a lack of lenses and inferior low light performance.
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