Canon's step-up mirrorless is powerful and versatile, but it falls short of the competition in some ways.
The latest iPhones have plenty of enhancements and improvements. But one camera feature stands out above all others.
When it debuted in 2016, the iPhone 7 Plus was the gold standard of smartphone photography. But expect a big leap forward if you upgrade to the iPhone XS Max.
How do the iPhone XS' new dual cameras compare to those of the Galaxy Note 9? We went on a photo tour with both phones to find out.
GoPro's latest action camera delivers impressively smooth footage while introducing other welcome features like livestreaming and an enhanced time-lapse mode for an attractive price.
While it delivers quality video, this doorbell camera's facial-recognition feature doesn't work well.
Nikon's Z6 and Z7 are the company's first full-frame mirrorless cameras; how do they compare to Sony's?
We compared the dual-lens, AI-enabled cameras in the Note 9 to those in the iPhone X and Pixel 2 XL. Here's how they stack up.
Although it can shoot video in 4K, temper your expectations if you pick up this budget action camera.
The Campark Xtreme 1+ is an inexpensive basic action camera that offers decent performance, 4K recording ability and an assortment of included accessories.
The Yi Lite is an impressive, full-featured action camera with above-average performance, a high-quality touch screen and image stabilization.
For those on a budget, the 20MP Nikon A900 is a capable and affordable compact camera with a 35x super-zoom lens.
The Panasonic Lumix ZS200 is relatively pricey but offers a powerful 15x optical zoom and a large 1-inch image sensor in a compact body, which makes it great for traveling.
The $60 Mini O 1080p is a bargain security camera that provides good-enough video, excellent audio and the essential tools most users need for basic home monitoring.
On a budget? The $130 Reolink Argus 2 delivers good-quality video, reliable monitoring and simple software. But you'll have to put up with some annoyances.
Red's hyped-up holographic Hydrogen One is not the futuristic phone of your dream. But it just might be the best phone yet for aspiring filmmakers.
The PanoClip is the least-expensive smartphone accessory for taking 360-degree photos, but be prepared to make some compromises.
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.