The Canon EOS 90D is a solid option for those looking to step up to a full-featured DSLR without (totally) breaking the bank.
Blink's new XT2 security cameras has several serious flaws that can be easily fixed with a firmware update.
Ring Video Doorbell users who post to Ring's Neighbors app may inadvertently be revealing their locations.
Good video quality and intuitive software that covers the essentials makes the EzViz C1C our favorite budget home-security camera, despite its problematic audio.
The Ricoh Theta Z1 360-degree camera costs twice as much as the competition, but it could be worth the money in some situations.
August has resumed sales of its wireless doorbell camera after it fixed a number of problems with the device.
The Netatmo Welcome's facial recognition keeps track of a household's residents and creates individual user profiles for each person.
Insta360 has made a very small wearable camera with clever features, but there are some usability and privacy concerns.
Sony's a6400 mirrorless camera delivers solid image quality and excellent performance, but it falls short in a couple of areas.
While pricey for an instant camera, the Canon Ivy Cliq+ also lets you print photos from your smartphone.
Though a respectable compact zoom camera, the Nikon A1000 is not the best option in its class and price range.
The Canon EOS Rebel SL2 is a solid entry-level choice for photographers who want an ultracompact DSLR that's easy to use.
While the quality of its prints aren’t as good as other instant cameras, the Kodak Smile wins on ease of use and price.
Here is a breakdown of each Photoshop version (CC, Lightroom and Elements), so you can decide which suits your interests, needs and budget.
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.
This camera takes both 360- and 180-degree stereoscopic photos and videos, but it’s a little finicky.