Editors' Choice

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

Fujifilm X-T3 review

If the X-T2 brought Fujifilm into the modern era, the X-T3 is focused on the future. With a new sensor and processor, completely revamped autofocus, and vastly upgraded video, it's the new APS-C camera to beat. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Sony A7R II Review

  • 42.4MP BI full-frame sensor – industry first
  • 4K movies
  • ISO up to 102,400
  • Can autofocus some Canon lenses (via adapter)
  • Five-axis image stabilization
  • LCD non-touch capable
  • EVF has slight lag
Our Score 9

Fujifilm GFX 50s Review

  • Great image quality
  • User-friendly interface
  • Good battery life
  • Edge-to-edge AF coverage
  • Relatively affordable
  • Image quality not that much better than full-frame…
  • 1/125 sec. flash sync speed
  • Continuous AF basically unusable
Our Score 7

Fujifilm X-E3 Review

  • Wonderful design
  • Great image quality
  • Strong lens ecosystem
  • 4K video
  • Great value
  • Lacks some direct access control
  • No tilt screen
  • No internal stabilization
Our Score 8

Canon EOS 77D Review

  • Fair amount of direct access control
  • Great 45-point AF system
  • Dual Pixel Autofocus in live-view
  • Good image quality
  • Nice handgrip
  • Small viewfinder
  • Low capacity battery
  • 1080p video is showing its age
Our Score 6

Canon EOS Rebel SL2 Review

  • Compact size
  • Fast live-view autofocus
  • Articulating touchscreen
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
  • Easy to use
  • Nine-point AF system when using viewfinder
  • Small viewfinder
  • Outclassed by mirrorless rivals
Our Score 6

Livestream Mevo Plus Review

  • 4K and 1080p recording
  • Improved performance
  • Stable
  • Android and iOS support
  • Live zoom-and-pan editing
  • Short battery life
  • 4K streaming not supported

Sony A7R III Review

  • 42.4MP full-frame sensor
  • 10 FPS burst shooting
  • Vastly improved battery life
  • Improved image stabilization
  • Improved AF performance
  • No “anti-distortion shutter” rating
  • Burst mode limits compressed RAWs to 12-bit

Nikon D850 Review

  • 45.7-megapixel full-frame sensor renders excellent…
  • Speedy 153-point autofocus system
  • 7 fps burst mode; 9 fps with battery grip
  • Sturdy, weather-sealed design
  • 4K video and 1080p slow-motion
  • Live-view autofocus is slower
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connection isn’t always…
  • Pricey
Our Score 9