We've updated our 'best fixed prime lens camera' buying guide and – no surprise here – the Fujifilm X100V came out on top.
The Fujifilm X-T200 is a low-priced mirrorless camera with a stunning 3.5" display, easy-to-use touch interface, oversampled 4K video and the classic design X-series cameras are known for. Dive into our review to see how it ranks against its peers.
With a fast lens, GPS and useful tracking features, and Raw support, Olympus's flagship rugged compact continues to be the best waterproof camera on the market.
We've updated our 'best bargains' buying guide, which features both newer cameras that we think are great values, as well a few older models that are inexpensive yet still very capable.
Fujifilm's new X-T200 is a huge improvement over its predecessor, bringing it a lot closer to its step-up model, the X-T30. Find out if it's worth spending another $200 to get the X-T30.
We've taken another look at cameras priced around $1000, and the Sony a6100 and Fujifilm X-T30 remain our top picks. Learn more about them and other cameras in this price range in our updated buying guide.
The compact form factor, fast and versatile lens, and pop-up viewfinder made Canon's PowerShot G5 X II an easy pick for DPReview editor Jeff Keller's favorite camera of the year.