Best Cameras

As the saying goes, the best cameras are the one you have with you. But how do you choose the best camera? It all depends on your needs, experience, and budget. If you want speed, portability, and lightning-fast focus, a camera without mirrors is the solution. If you’re looking for impressive detail, better pictures in low light, and a wide range of lenses, a DSLR is your best choice. So when you’re looking for a new camera, be sure to evaluate what you plan to do with it and how much money you’re willing to spend.

To help you, we’ve tested dozens of digital cameras in all these categories and have grouped them together in this list of the best cameras. We’ve evaluated them for image and video quality, handling, features, and value.

Best Cameras of 2020

We’ve divided our guide into several sections to help you find the camera that’s right for you, whether you’re a learning enthusiast or a budding professional, whether you’re interested in photography, video, or both. Photographers and photography continue to evolve as traditional photographers learn to use video and drones, and a new generation of vloggers and content creators are using photography in a whole new way.

1. Nikon D3500

The best DSLR for beginners

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While you’re still learning and deciding what type of device is best for you, choose a device that’s simple enough to understand right away and affordable enough that you can change your mind and change it later if you decide you need something different. The D3500 is the entry-level model in Nikon’s DSLR lineup, but it has a 24.2MP sensor that is as good as a camera at twice the price, and it offers a very good continuous shooting speed of 5 fps for a beginner’s camera.

The Guide mode will help beginners get started and understand the basics, but the D3500 has all the manual controls you need to become familiar with photography while improving your skills. It sometimes comes a little cheaper with a non-VR (unstabilized) kit lens, but it’s certainly worth paying a little more for the VR version. Overall, this is one of the best Nikon cameras.

2. Canon EOS Rebel SL3

Brilliant for beginners, this Canon has plenty for enthusiasts too

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Canon manufactures a few cheaper DSLRs than this one, including the 18-megapixel EOS 4000D and the 24-megapixel EOS 2000D, but we think they are too small in terms of functionality and build quality and recommend paying a small surcharge for the EOS Rebel SL3 DSLR (sold as the EOS 250D in Europe). Why is this? Because it has a variable-angle touch screen on the back and a sensor with Canon’s dual-pixel AF CMOS technology, so real-world autofocus is really fast.

We also like the fact that you can start with a simple guided user interface while you’re still learning, and then switch to the standard setup when you feel more confident and want more control. The Rebel SL3 / EOS 250D replaces Canon’s previous Rebel SL2/EOS 200D, adding 4K video and better autofocus in live view. It’s a DSLR that can beat mirrorless cameras at their own game! Overall, this is one of the best Canon cameras.

3. Olympus OM-D E‑M10 Mark IV

The E-M10 Mark IV looks cute, but it’s a pocket-sized powerhouse

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The predecessor of the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV, Mark III, was an excellent camera that had a lot to offer. However, with a 16MP sensor and poor AF tracking for moving objects, there was definitely room for improvement. Fortunately, the Mark IV is a great update to this Olympus camera line, with a new 20MP sensor and improved continuous autofocus. While some of the other improvements are progressive, the Mark IV brings some interesting new features, including a 15fps continuous burst mode. We’re also a fan of the tilting screen, which can be tilted down to create a perfect screen for self-mutilation. Overall, this is one of the best Olympus cameras.

4. Panasonic Lumix G100

Panasonic’s new vlogging camera is pretty good at stills too

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Bloggers and creative people, in general, will appreciate the simplicity of the Lumix G100, which makes it easy to capture high-quality videos and photos thanks to the accessible button layout. Even people who are not interested in the technical aspects of capturing high-quality videos will be able to achieve results with this device. There is an inherent risk of oversimplifying things when creating a camera for social media creators, but Panasonic has avoided this pitfall with the Lumix G100.

By giving it a decent viewfinder and “good camera” ergonomics, Panasonic has given the G100 an edge in a very competitive market. It’s a great camera to start with if you’re more interested in vlogging than conventional photography and useful improvement over the GX80/85, both in resolution and video features. Overall, this is one of the best Panasonic cameras right now.

5. Fujifilm X-T200

The X-T200 is great for photo novices, Instagrammers and vloggers

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We loved the concept of the X-T100, as a kind of bridge between the high-end professional X-Series models and the more novice shooters, so it was great to see the release of the X-T200, which builds on this concept while correcting some of the problems of the original. The video has been significantly improved over the X-T200, with the 4K now reaching a frame rate of 30p instead of the 15p of the X-T100. Overall, this is one of the best Fujifilm cameras right now.

As far as sensors are concerned, although the X-Trans chip is not yet used in high-end cameras, the 24.2MP APS-C CMOS model of the X-T200 is not to be neglected, and additional features such as 8fps burst shooting contribute greatly to the improvement. The camera is usually supplied with the OIS PZ XC15-45mm F3.5-5.6 kit lens, making it an excellent starting point for anyone considering buying their first Fujifilm camera. The large variable angle display is great and the improved 4K video is a big step forward compared to the X-T100, but it’s a shame the price has gone up.

6. Sony ZV-1

A brilliant fixed-lens compact built for travel and vlogging

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Some might think of the ZV-1 as just another variant of the Sony RX100, but it’s much more than that. The sensor and lens may be familiar, but the body, controls, audio, and rear screen are all new and different and have been brilliantly optimized for vlogging. There are a few small details. The huge change in minimum focus distance when zooming is annoying and the SteadyShot Active stabilization didn’t work very well for us, but the autofocus is outstanding and the ZV-1 is a pleasure to use, especially because there is finally a vlogging camera that is really designed specifically for vlogging, right down to the fully variable angle rear monitor and the included microphone windscreen, which works really brilliantly. Overall, this is one of the best cameras for vlogging right now.

7. Panasonic Lumix ZS200

Easy for beginners, powerful enough for experts, a great all-round camera

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DSLRs with interchangeable lenses and mirrorless cameras are perfect if you want to get serious about photography, but can be overkill if you just want to take pictures in a casual way. Sometimes a compact fixed lens camera will be fine, especially if you want to travel a lot and are more concerned with capturing the moment than dealing with technical details. A super-zoom travel camera is a perfect solution, but most have really small 1/2.3-inch sensors that limit their image quality. The Panasonic ZS200 is different.

It has a much larger one-inch sensor for much better pictures, combined with a large 15x zoom – and yet it still fits in a jacket pocket when it’s turned off. The ZS200 isn’t exactly cheap, but it’s certainly one of the best long-zoom compact cameras you can get, and it has features and controls that even the experts will love.

8. Canon EOS R5

One of the finest stills cameras ever made, with excellent but compromised video

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As a camera, the Canon EOS R5 is quite simply Canon’s best product. It is the perfect fusion of the shape of the EOS R, the function of the EOS 5D, and the professional-quality autofocus of the EOS-1D X. If you’re a photographer or a hybrid photographer who’s somewhere between photography and video, this is one of the best cameras you’ll ever have the pleasure of using. It has attracted attention for the wrong reasons, such as overheating (or the threat of overheating) when recording 8K videos, but that should not diminish the extraordinary capabilities of this camera. It is not perfect in every way, but considering its resolution, frame rate, and video capabilities combined, it is truly a reference camera. Overall, this is one of the best Canon cameras.

9. Sony A7R Mark IV

Sony’s 61MP full-frame camera combines resolution, speed, and 4K video!

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The “R” models of the Sony A7 series cameras are designed primarily for resolution – and the Sony A7R Mark IV camera certainly meets this requirement. The previous A7R Mark III set the standard for some time, but it has recently been surpassed (by a small margin) by the Nikon Z 7 and the Panasonic Lumix S1R. The A7R addresses this – and how – with a record-breaking 61-megapixel sensor that offers the highest resolution of any full-format camera.

The rendering of detail is spectacular, although it may not be as obvious as the numbers might suggest, and the layout of Sony’s controls is starting to look outdated and complicated compared to what Nikon and Panasonic have done with their new models. Nevertheless, thanks to its superb Eye AF system, its 10 frames per second continuous shooting (yes, with 61 Mpx!) and its 4K movies, the Sony A7R Mark IV is now the high-resolution professional camera to beat, and some might say the best Sony camera so far.

10. Nikon Z7

Nikon’s first full-frame Z camera is a smash

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Like the company’s D850 DSLR (below), the Z7’s trump card is that it manages to combine a high-resolution sensor with fast burst shooting and a rich 4K video recording option, making it versatile enough to be used in all kinds of applications. Key advantages over its D850 cousin include 493 phase-detecting AF points that span 90% of the vertical and horizontal axes and 5-axis vibration reduction that can be used with a variety of lenses.

As we found in our study, the handling is excellent and the 3.69 million-dot viewfinder is a pleasure to use, while the video quality is also very good. Only a few native lenses have been developed so far, although it is possible to use F-mount lenses through an adapter, and although some may be hindered by the presence of a single XQD card slot, this should not be an obstacle considering all that Nikon has managed to achieve here. Overall, this is one of the best Nikon cameras.

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