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The cloud-based Adobe Lightroom is a powerful photo editing app that lets you work on all your full-resolution images on all your devices.
While its feature set is limited, the Blink XT is a reliable wireless indoor/outdoor camera that covers the essentials and even includes free cloud storage.
The Arlo Ultra delivers top-notch video, a great set of features and powerful but easy-to-use software.
The Wyze Cam Pan is easy to use, delivers good video and audio, and has a 360-degree field of view and a range of useful features — such as two weeks of free video storage — for less than $40.
The Aluratek eco4life Wi-Fi security camera is inexpensive, but you get what you pay for. It captures good video but has minimal functionality.
While it offers good video quality and effective facial recognition, this crowd-funded camera is not yet ready for prime time.
While the Neighbors Feed on the Ring Stick Up Cam Wired can alert you about problems in your area, overall, this security camera leaves much to be desired.
Excellent audio and daylight video, reasonably priced storage, and flexible software make the Kasa Cam Outdoor a very good outdoor camera, though night video is blurry.
Snapfish's photo-book software might have some nice content and functionality, but its physical photo book doesn't measure up.
Picaboo's photo-book software was creative, fun and flexible, but the printed book wasn't of the same quality.
Formerly our favorite photo book vendor, this year Mixbook met some tough competition from AdoramaPix and Shutterfly.
The Motif extension for Apple Photos is limited, but that's what makes it easy to use. Our Motif photo book had OK photos but coarse book production.
Artifact Uprising's photo books are expensive but gorgeous, with fabric covers, foil hand-embossed titles and heavy, archival-quality pages. Unfortunately, we found that the software hamstrings creativity, and photo reproduction was unsatisfactory.
AdoramaPix's photo book was expensive, but its quality was the best of the services we tested. The easy-to-use software offered a nice combination of creative options, precision and professional styling.