The one app you need for backing up all your photos, from any device.
Garmin's 360 camera records video in 4K, and also can overlay all sorts of data, including your speed, altitude, and heading.
A solid choice in the entry-to-mid-level DSLR category, the Canon EOS Rebel T7i takes great photos and has a speedy autofocus.
It has some design quirks, but the Insta360 Air is an inexpensive gadget that lets Android smartphone owners take 360-degree photos and videos.
The Arlo Pro is an excellent wireless security camera with great video, free cloud storage, powerful motion detection and programmable scheduling.
The Polaroid Zip is a very portable photo printer that lets you print out photos when you're on the go, but the resulting prints won't wow you.
Sports and serious shooters will find a lot to like in this mirrorless camera, but some of the features are overkill for casual photographers.
The YI Home Camera 2 produces decent video, and has great audio, but it registers motion alerts only once every few minutes.
Get the Virb Ultra 30 if you’re looking for an action camera with fitness and data tracking, but the GoPro Hero5 is the better all-around camera.
The Hero5 Black is the most usable GoPro yet, thanks to a waterproof design, voice controls and a much-improved onscreen interface.
With a flip-out display, a built-in light and great video quality, the Olympus TG-Tracker is a capable GoPro competitor.
The Logi Circle is small, attractive and easy to set up and use — but isn't really meant to be used as a security camera.
The Ricoh WG-M2 records 4K video, is waterproof up to 65 feet, and is about $100 less than a comparable GoPro, but image quality could be better.
The Canon EOS 80D is a solid option for enthusiasts who want 45-point autofocus coverage along with excellent image quality, but it lacks 4K video.
The Ikan Fly X3 Plus is a great tool if you're looking for an easy way to take smooth video with your smartphone or GoPro.
The Covr Photo iPhone kit gives you the power to grab captivating candid photos, although it feels limited as a photo-taking accessory.
Get the Coolpix S9900 if you want to capture everything — both near and far — on your next vacation or road trip.
While it doesn't take a full 360-degree image in every direction, the 360fly 4K does capture excellent footage, and it's really easy to use.
The rugged and versatile Giroptic 360cam can take a beating and sports nifty add-ons, but its video quality isn't as good as that of competing cameras.
The Kodak PixPro SP360 4K takes great video and is easy to use, but it's hamstrung by a less-than-functional mobile app.
A retro design, 4K video and sharp photos make the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100 a fantastic portable camera.
The Nikon Coolpix P900 has the longest zoom lens by far in its class and also provides great optics, but they come at a high price.
With one of the longest zoom lenses available and solid image and video quality, the PowerShot SX60 HS is the ultrazoom to get.
This pocketable camera has a 30X zoom lens and a good price, but low-light and 4K-video performance could be better.
This small, pocketable camera takes great photos for the price, but the Canon PowerShot G9 X's video quality disappoints.