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Nikon P950 review: Epic zoom that’s easy to use

With a monstrous 83x zoom lens, the Nikon P950 is the master of up-close-and-personal detail, but sluggish performance keep it from being the best superzoom.
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Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III Review: Making impossible shots easy

With the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III, less is more, because you don't need to bring a tripod. The E-M1 Mark III reworks the E-M1X into a smaller body.
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Nikon D780 review: Even the best DSLR is still a DSLR

The Nikon D780 replaces the half-decade-old D750. It's a worthy upgrade, but its best new features concern live-view shooting, where the D780 becomes an overweight mirrorless camera.
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Blackmagic Design Ursa Mini Pro 4.6K G2 hands-on review

The Ursa Mini Pro 4.6K G2 continues Blackmagic Design's trend of making powerful but approachable cinema cameras for indie and low-budget productions. From its interchangeable lens mounts to the flexible Blackmagic RAW codec, it is one fo the most versatile video cameras you can buy.
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GoPro Media Mod review: Turn your action cam into a YouTuber’s dream

With an integrated shotgun microphone and two shoe mounts, the Media Mod lays the foundation to build your GoPro Hero8 Black into a production tool. While not everyone will appreciate the audio quality of the integrated mic, the options for expandability are very welcome.
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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. However, it lacks a few key ingredients that will be red flags for still photographers, such as a viewfinder and, more importantly, a mechanical shutter.
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Nikon Z 50 Review: The Instagrammer’s mirrorless camera

Can Nikon bring its DSLR prowess to a crop sensor mirrorless camera? The Nikon Z 50 is the company's smallest DX camera yet, and its first APS-C mirrorless. Sporting a 20-megapixel APS-C sensor and in-camera editing features, it's a camera for a new generation of photographers.
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Canon EOS M200 review: Learner’s permit

The Canon EOS M200 shoots mirrorless camera quality with smartphone simplicity. Its compact design and easy-to-use touchscreen make it the "real" camera you might actually bring with you. But is it the perfect camera for beginners, or too basic to stand up to the competition?
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GoPro Hero8 Black review: The best gets better

The Hero8 Black is a solid step forward for GoPro thanks to a new design with an integrated mount, improved user interface, and even better image stabilization. Plus, a new mod system will open up additional creative storytelling tools that take the Hero8 Black beyond its role as an action camera.
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Sony A7R IV hands-on review: 61 glorious megapixels

The headline-stealing feature of the new Sony A7R IV is its 61-megapixel full-frame sensor. But that's not the only reason to buy this camera. From better autofocus to improved controls, here's what we found in Sony's new flagship -- and there's plenty to be excited about.
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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. The Kodak Smile Classic is both, using a 16-megapixel sensor to shoot and print to Zink paper along with Bluetooth to connect to your phone.
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Sony A6600 hands-on review: Small camera, big deal

The Sony A6600 is more evolution than revolution, offering a feature set that is largely unchanged since 2016's A6500. But improvements in key areas like battery life and autofocus do much to keep it fresh, and help Sony maintain an edge in APS-C mirrorless cameras.
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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 lightweight design and capable performance, the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III is one of the best values in cameras today. From phone photographers looking for their first "real" camera to experienced enthusiasts who need good control in a compact body, it's hard to beat.
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GoPro Max review: A smarter, easier-to-use 360 camera

360 still has some growing up to do, but the GoPro Max is a solid step forward for the format. While stitching and image quality don't take a giant leap forward, the Max offers a solid user experience and excellent mobile app.
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Sony A6100 review: A great camera under $1,000

The Sony A6100 is one of the best deals in cameras. Using the same sensor and Real-Time autofocus system as the $1,400 A6600, it's an absolute steal at just $750. While it's not the prettiest or most intuitive camera on the market, it makes up for it with class-leading performance.
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Hasselblad X1D II 50C review

The Hasselblad X1D II 50C is a refinement, rather than a reinvention, of the original. The most impressive new feature is the price. At $5,750, it is thousands less than the X1D-50C and pushes into full-frame territory. But it might fall short of wooing photographers to medium format.
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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. We love the improved Dual Pixel Autofocus and 14 fps continuous shooting speed, but there are better cameras.
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Canon EOS 90D review: Keeping the DSLR relevant

Mirrorless cameras tend to be faster, with better Live View autofocus -- but the Canon EOS 90D bucks the trend with an impressive 10 fps burst and Dual Pixel autofocus. While mirrorless cameras may be more advanced, there are a few reasons to eye this DSLR -- find out why in this Canon EOS 90D review.
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Fujifilm X-A7 hands-on review: A classic in a modern world

The Fujifilm X-A7 replaces the X-A5 and brings big improvements to the autofocus and video modes. It also seeks to appeal to the smartphone generation while holding onto the old-school vibe that Fujifilm is known for. This hasn't quite paid off, but it's still a great little mirrorless camera.
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Fujifilm GFX 100 review: Awesomely expensive

The 102-megapixel Fujifilm GFX 100 boasts the best image quality of any camera we've ever reviewed. New stabilization and focus systems make it more versatile and capable. But at $10,000, most photographers -- even pros -- are probably better off spending their money elsewhere.
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Fujifilm Instax Mini Link hands-on review: Wiggle it

The Instax Mini Link mobile printer uses motion controls to change settings, so you can tilt it to zoom or flip it up to change the mode. It's also loaded with some creative (and gimmicky) features that will make it a hit at parties.
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Kodak Smile Instant Digital Printer review

A $100 mobile printer, the Kodak Smile can spit out physical copies of the photos on your phone, but it doesn't end there. It can also “print” videos, thanks to a clever augmented reality system that scans a print and plays the associated video on your mobile device.
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Insta360 Go review: Everyday life becomes a (boring) movie

Weighing 20 grams and fitting easily into the palm of your hand, the Insta360 Go tries to breathe new life into the life-logging category. Combined with an easy-to-use mobile app that auto-edits vide-os with the help of AI, it could be the life-logging camera you use, but probably won't.
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Insta360 One X review

The Insta360 One X is the most capable consumer 360 camera you can buy. It's not quite the savior immersive imaging needs, but it's still the closest thing we've got to a 360 camera that does everything right, thanks to creative editing controls and fun accessories. If you want a 360 camera, it's worth a look.
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Vuze XR 360-degree camera review

More than a 360 camera, the Vuze XR's dual lenses can flip forward for a 3D, 180-degree view. That makes it more versatile than most its peers. At $440, however, it remains a niche camera for photographers with very specific needs. Read our full Vuze XR Review.
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Fujifilm Instax Mini LiPlay review

By going digital and adding a built-in mobile printer, the Instax Mini LiPlay puts more features into a smaller form factor than previous Instax cameras, while still being every bit as fun. A new sound-recording feature also lets you embed audio messages into printed photos.
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Canon EOS Rebel SL3 review

Canon's latest beginner DSLR is fun and easy-to-use, but in merely copying the EOS M50, it doesn't make a strong case for why you shouldn't pick up a mirrorless camera instead. The SL3's best features revolve around live view shooting, where its optical viewfinder is useless.
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Nikon Z 6 review

The Nikon Z 6 is the little sibling to the new mirrorless Z 7 -- but for some photographers, the cheaper Z 6 may be the better option. The Nikon Z 6 is a 24.5-megapixel full frame mirrorless with a snappy 12 fps max burst speed. See where the $2,000 camera beats the $3,400 model in our Nikon Z 6 review.
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Polaroid OneStep 2 review

Polaroid returned as Polaroid Originals with a relaunch of a 1970s era instant film camera. The Polaroid Originals OneStep 2 is a true Polaroid, from the classic design to the imperfect exposures, but also brings in a few modern features. See where the camera hits the mark in our Polaroid OneStep 2 review.
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Nikon Coolpix B600 Review

The Nikon Coolpix B600 has two big things going for it -- a 60x zoom lens and a $330 price point. But does the camera cut too many features to fit the budget price? Find the good and the bad for on the budget zoom camera in our Nikon B600 review.
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DJI Osmo Action hands-on review

With two screens, screw-on filters, and a very GoPro-like user interface, DJI's first real action camera takes a stab at dethroning the king. And it might just succeed. The mobile app leaves something to be desired, but the hardware is already very refined for a first-generation product.
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Ricoh GR III review

The Ricoh GR III puts a large, APS-C sensor inside a camera body that's barely bigger than a point-and-shoot. Combined with a stunning 28mm f/2.8 lens, it offers a shooting experience as easy as your phone, but with much better results. For street and travel photography, it's hard to beat.
Nikon Coolpix A1000 Review

Nikon Coolpix A1000 Review

The Nikon Coolpix A1000 has several things a smartphone doesn’t, like a big 30x optical zoom and plenty of physical controls. But can a 1/2.3-inch sensor deliver good image quality? Find out how the $480 compact zoom camera fares in our Nikon Coolpix A1000 review.
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Sony A6400 review

The A6400 continues Sony's approach of forging ahead with technological advancements while leaving an unrefined user experience behind. The new A.I.-aided autofocus is so incredible to see in action, we almost forgot about the nagging interface issues.