For weeks, we've been getting hammered with the question "Will Chris and Jordan continue their tradition of doing a Best and Worst year-end episode?"
Oh yes, dear readers, they will. And here it is. Pour yourself a cocktail and enjoy. And if you must, get ready to throw some rotten tomatoes at the screen if you don't like their selections, and tell us why you disagree in the comments. They won't take it personally – we promise.
Editor's Note: Due to a mixup at the time of production, we erroneously called out the Nikon 50mm F1.8 S lens as the 'worst lens' of 2018, which is not the case. The following short video from Jordan explains what happened, and includes some comments about the actual quality of this lens. We apologize for any confusion.
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- Best Lens
- Best Video
- Best Camera
- Worst Video
- Worst Lens
- Worst Camera
- Bonus Content
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