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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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

Canon EOS 5DS R Review

  • Beautiful 50.6MP stills
  • Excellent optical viewfinder
  • Good low-light performer
  • Affordable alternative to medium-format
  • Expensive for casual use
  • Video only up to 30p
  • Focusing issues in video recording
  • No built-in wireless
Our Score 8.5

Canon PowerShot G3 X Review

  • Tremendous 24-600mm range
  • Excellent 20.2MP stills
  • High-quality 60p movies
  • Responsive at 5.9 fps
  • Expensive
  • No viewfinder
  • Poor ISO sensitivity
Our Score 8

Fujifilm FinePix s9900W Review

  • 50x zoom
  • Image stabilization works well
  • Bright viewfinder
  • Easy to operate
  • Noisy photos
  • So-so videos
  • No manual focus
  • Minor upgrades from predecessor
Our Score 6

Nikon 1 J5 Review

  • Outstanding burst mode
  • Solid, quality images
  • Compact, affordable
  • Good ISO performer
  • Weak battery life
  • Electronic stabilization, not optical
  • Single burst only last for 20 frames
Our Score 8

Samsung NX500 Review

  • 28.2MP BSI APS-C sensor
  • 4K videos
  • Terrific image quality
  • Speedy autofocus system
  • No viewfinder
  • Flash isn’t built-in
  • Some 4K-recording limitations
Our Score 8

Nikon D5500 Review

  • Quality 24MP stills
  • Decent 1080/60p movies
  • Vari-angle, touchscreen LCD
  • Great user interface for newbies
  • Less-substantial construction
  • Weak 18-55mm lens kit
Our Score 8

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II Review

  • High-quality stills and videos
  • Five-axis image stabilization
  • Superb high ISO handling
  • 40-megapixel photo mode
  • Highly customizable
  • Menu system and controls slightly clunky to use
  • Flash not built in
  • No 4K support
Our Score 8.5