The Nikon D500 is the best DSLR for enthusiasts and prosumers looking to step up.
The Fujifilm X-T30 is an excellent midrange mirrorless camera, but the Sony A6400 is better at video.
The D5600 features some nice improvements on the already-excellent D5500, making the camera our favorite DSLR under $1,000.
There aren't a huge number of improvements in the Nikon D3500, but it remains our favorite DSLR for beginners.
The Olympus O-MD E-M10 Mark III is a quality mirrorless camera at a good price, but we wonder about long-term support.
The Canon EOS M6 Mark II is a great mirrorless camera, but it would be even better with a built-in viewfinder.
The Nikon Z 50 is a great little mirrorless camera that offers more features than its entry-level designation implies.
The Canon EOS 90D is a solid option for those looking to step up to a full-featured DSLR without (totally) breaking the bank.
Sony's a6400 mirrorless camera delivers solid image quality and excellent performance, but it falls short in a couple of areas.
The Canon EOS Rebel SL2 is a solid entry-level choice for photographers who want an ultracompact DSLR that's easy to use.
Get the Canon EOS Rebel SL3 if you want a basic DSLR that’s small, lightweight, easy to use, takes good pictures, and has great battery life.
If you value both speed and portability — along with image quality — the Sony a6000 is your best choice among the latest mirrorless cameras.
With a focal range from 24 to 3,000mm, the Nikon P1000 lets you get really, really close to the action.
For those on a budget, the 20MP Nikon A900 is a capable and affordable compact camera with a 35x super-zoom lens.
The quality of Memteq's 8-in-1 smartphone lens kit doesn't match its quantity. The kit gives you more than twice as many lenses as the competition. Too bad most aren't any good.
Despite this kit's full complement of accessories and its telephoto zoom, users may be better off looking elsewhere for a cell-photo lens kit.
VicTsing's smartphone lenses take good photos for the price, but its clip is frustrating. If you have the patience to fiddle with the poorly designed lens clip, you may end up with some decent photos.
It has two lenses and a built-in LED, but there are better smartphone kits out there. This Amir lens kit has a good macro lens, but it captures less-than-impressive wide-angle images. The integrated LED may add unwanted bulk, too.
If you're on a budget and can overlook a few imperfections, the Amir Lens Kit may meet your needs. Still, we recommend spending a few extra bucks for the Aukey Ora kit.
While pricey, this kit has good lenses and an LED that helps enhance your smartphone photos. This great lens kit costs more than most budget kits but worth the price thanks to its convenient clip-on LED and other accessories.