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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Canon EOS M Review

  • Solid construction
  • The use of Canon’s full line of lenses (via…
  • DSLR sensor
  • Great image and video quality
  • Slow autofocusing system
  • Time-consuming settings adjustments
  • No viewfinder
Our Score 6.5

Nikon D5600 Review

  • Very good 24MP stills
  • Fast autofocus
  • Bluetooth (SnapBridge)
  • Superior battery life
  • Small, lightweight body
  • Contrast-detection-only live view AF
  • Video limited to 1080p/60
  • Most specs unchanged from D5500
Our Score 6

Olympus Tough TG-5 Review

  • Durable body
  • Punchy, sharp images
  • Incredibly easy light-painting mode
  • Action tracking system
  • Speedy bursts up to 20 fps
  • Prone to lens flares
  • Log feature drains battery
Our Score 8

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

Canon 6D Mark II Review

  • All new, 26MP full-frame sensor
  • 45-point all cross-type AF
  • Dual Pixel live view AF
  • 6.5 FPS continuous shooting
  • Articulating touchscreen monitor
  • Video still limited to 1080p
  • Requires different battery grip than original 6D

Nikon D7500 Review

  • 8 fps continuous shooting
  • 3D AF tracking works very well
  • Image buffer holds 50 uncompressed RAWs
  • Dust- and splash-proof
  • 4K video
  • Lacks some high-end features of D7200
  • 4K video is severely cropped
Our Score 8

Sony Cyber-shot RX100 V Review

  • 24 fps continuous shooting
  • Improved 20.1MP 1-inch-type stacked sensor
  • 4K video
  • Compact, portable design
  • Nifty super-slow-motion mode
  • High price for a point-and-shoot
  • Poor battery life
  • Focal length could be longer
Our Score 8

Sigma SD Quattro H Review

  • Beautifully rich image quality at base ISO
  • Seven-exposure mode
  • Great, weather-sealed build quality
  • Unique sensor
  • Affordable for the quality
  • Very noisy at high ISO
  • Slow autofocus
  • Long image write times
  • Poor battery life
Our Score 6