Given its minimal controls, the cute Polaroid Snap is a breeze to use, and you get instant prints.
Huawei has done it again with the Mate 20 Pro, producing an exceptional camera wrapped in a sleek design with extra-long battery life.
The V40 is an expensive camera phone that has a stunning display and solid performance, but its multiple cameras aren't great and the battery life is short.
Canon's step-up mirrorless is powerful and versatile, but it falls short of the competition in some ways.
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.
Huawei's triple-camera marvel takes stunning low-light shots, but it’s not quite a replacement for the Galaxy S9 or iPhone X overall.
Corel PaintShop Pro is an excellent photo-editing and graphics program that's far more accessible than Photoshop and more comprehensive than Photoshop Elements.
Although it can shoot video in 4K, temper your expectations if you pick up this budget action camera.
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.
Panasonic's advanced bridge camera 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 latest Spectacles offer neat upgrades from the first pair of camera-equipped glasses, but overall issues persist.
Professional photographers often consider Blurb.com's photo book service and its sophistacted tools. It's tempting to consider Bookify, Blurb's consumer-level product. But something gets lost in the adaptation of Blurb's tools into a consumer product.
The Olloclip Mobile Photography Box Set is the iPhone X lens kit to get, thanks to three quality interchangeable lenses that work with all the phone's cameras.
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.
If you're on a budget and can overlook a few imperfections, the Amir Lens Kit may meet your needs. Still, we recommend spending a few extra bucks for the Aukey Ora kit.
While pricey, this kit has good lenses and an LED that helps enhance your smartphone photos. This great lens kit costs more than most budget kits but worth the price thanks to its convenient clip-on LED and other accessories.
The best smartphone lens kit under $20. You'll get your money's worth with this kit, thanks to the lenses' sharp images and good build quality.
For an advanced bridge camera, the Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III has a gentle learning curve but provides plenty of power for expanding your skills and creativity. Still, it could have more extras for the high price.
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