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.
Sony's premium rugged action camera records gorgeous 4K video, but it's twice as expensive as a GoPro and much harder to use.
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.
If you value both speed and portability — along with image quality — the Sony a6000 is your best choice among the latest mirrorless cameras.
Take better pictures and make life easier with these accessories for the Sony a6000, a6300, a6400, or a6500. You’ll also find great gift ideas for their owners.
OnePlus’s bezel-free display could’ve gone horribly awry with a terrible retractable camera. Fortunately, that’s not the case.
The Canary Pro wireless security camera has temperature and air-quality sensors, which partly justify its somewhat high price.
While the choice between these phone cameras sometimes comes down to personal preference, the Huawei P30 Pro shows much more potential for capturing amazing nighttime photos than the Pixel 3.
Cheap phones have always been a bit dull. If Google plays its cards right with the Pixel 3a, it could change that.
The Galaxy S10 Plus and Note 9 both boast excellent cameras. We pitted the two phones against each other in a photo face-off.
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 SJCam SJ8 Pro is a full-featured action camera with decent performance, 4K recording ability, touch screen and a nice assortment of accessories.
Of course the Galaxy S10 offers a better camera, but how much better? The difference isn't as stark as you'd think.
The Aluratek eco4life Wi-Fi security camera is inexpensive, but you get what you pay for. It captures good video but has minimal functionality.
The Galaxy S10 adds a third rear lens and some other impressive camera improvements. Are those enough to top our favorite smartphone camera, the Google Pixel 3?
In addition to checking on your baby via streaming video, the Miku Smart Baby Monitor also tracks breathing. But can that justify its $399 cost?