The Lomography Lomo'Instant Automat Glass instant camera has a sharp glass lens with an ultra-wide view that makes it a great choice for landscape and travel.
The Mint InstantFlex TL70 2.0 is an instant camera with a throwback design and a premium price, but it lacks true manual exposure control.
The Ricoh Theta SC camera offers a stills-first approach to 360-degree capture, bucking the trend of competing devices geared more toward video.
Looking for top-notch speed and image quality without hauling a heavy, bulky DSLR? Give one of these compact interchangeable lens cameras a shot.
These top-rated DSLRs pack image sensors that are the same size as a 35mm film frame, giving you exemplary control over depth of field when paired with a fast lens.
Bridge cameras are styled like SLRs, but feature fixed, long zoom lenses. They're a solid choice for photographers who want a zoom range that can only be reached by carrying several lenses along with an SLR. These are the top performers in our tests.
Want a camera you can take to the beach? These tough, weatherproof models are built to capture your outdoor adventures, both on dry land and underwater.
The SeaLife DC2000 is a capable point-and-shoot camera on land and under the sea, thanks to a crisp, bright lens and 1-inch image sensor.
The Nikon Coolpix W100 is a tough, inexpensive camera at a reasonable price, but image quality isn't any better than a good smartphone.
Canon's mirrorless cameras are getting better, but the EOS M6 still can't quite measure up to some competitors.