This slim 360-degree camera is a cinch to use, but it's expensive for what it offers.
Apple Photo combines a great price with one of the highest-quality printed calendars available, but it offers little in the way of customization.
The Insta360 One is a 360-degree camera that takes great pictures for its size and has a unique "bullet-time" feature.
The Kodak Printomatic camera produces both digital and physical photos, but the results for both are merely average.
Apple's photo book service produced a great book at a very competitive price, but your creative options are limited.
The quality of Nations Photo Lab's physical book was poor, photo reproduction was uneven and the software is limited.
GotPrint's software isn't as intuitive or as fun to use as Mixbook's. But it produced a high-quality postcard, and the price can't be beat.
Picaboo's postcard-project software is a close rival to Mixbook's in terms of flexibility, creativity and intelligence. If only Picaboo's print and photo quality were better.
Apple Photo delivers a quality postcard, but its software, which is simple and easy to use, restricts creative freedom.
Costco's online printing service offers the barest minimum of choices and delivers a ho-hum printed postcard.
While pricey, the Olympus Tough TG-5 waterproof camera has a wealth of shooting options to help you best capture your underwater excursions.
The HP Sprocket 2-in-1 is a portable photo printer with a camera built in, which is sure to be fun when snapping photos with friends, but you’ll get better pictures from competing photo printers.
The Logitech Circle 2 has innovative, easy-to-use software and great person-detection. However, the camera's image quality is disappointing and its functionality is limited.
The Nikon D7500 is an advanced-enthusiast DX-format camera that impresses with its top-notch image quality and blazingly fast performance.
Honeywell’s Lyric C1 security camera is inexpensive, but its image and video quality are merely adequate, and the audio is poor, even for this price.
The Canon EOS M5 is a nice combination of DSLR and mirrorless design, but it still has some rough edges.
If you have a Samsung or Apple smartphone, the Samsung Gear 360 is the best 360-degree camera for casual shooters.
Get the Arlo Go if you want or need to take your security camera with you when you travel, even into the woods.
The Canon G9 X Mark II is speedy and takes great pictures for its small size, but other compact cameras offer more features for around the same price.
The olloclip Macro Pro lens set has good image quality and a range of macro zoom settings, but you'll need a steady hand with the longer macro zooms.
The olloclip Action lens set lets your iPhone zoom in or out, but at the cost of losing some features on the iPhone 7 Plus.
The olliclop core lens set offers some great photo possibilities, but at the cost of losing some features on the iPhone 7 Plus and being slightly awkward to use.
While it works only with the iPhone 7 Plus, this Kamerar kit gets you a macro, fish-eye and telephoto lens for less than $40.
Egomaniacs and selfie addicts might get a kick out of the Rova Selfie Drone, but it's too expensive for everyone else.