Camera Reviews

Looking for the best camera? We read the reviews so you don't have to. Compare cameras curated by our editor's & community to find the one that's best for you.



Advertiser Disclosure

Search

brand

Showing: 1 ‐ 15 of 54 Cameras

Compare Compare  

What's good  

  • Price
  • Durable, waterproof design
  • Compatible with many existing GoPro accessories
  • Removable battery
  • Easy to use
  • Good audio quality

What's bad  

  • Weak image stabilization
  • Limited resolution and frame rate options
  • No exposure controls
  • No RAW capture
Compare Compare  

What's good  

  • Smooth 4K video capture
  • Rugged and waterproof up to 131 feet
  • Plethora of video shooting options
  • Well detailed and accurately colored videos
  • Removable battery

What's bad  

  • No optical image stabilization
  • Only one hour battery life
  • Grainy low-light pictures
Compare Compare  

What's good  

  • Accurate color and low noise
  • 3 hour battery life
  • Waterproof and shock-resistant
  • Inexpensive

What's bad  

  • No Wi-Fi capability
  • No LCD makes framing shots difficult
  • Non-removable battery
Compare Compare  

What's good  

  • Image stabilization for 4K videos
  • Sharper and more colorful videos out of the box
  • More controls over ISO, shutter speed, etc.
  • Linear zoom option great for framing shots better

What's bad  

  • Poor battery life
  • HEVC file format not universally supported
  • Colors sometimes too saturated
Compare Compare  

What's good  

  • Tons of features
  • Stellar video quality
  • Voice and touchscreen controls
  • Rugged design
  • Endless accessory options

What's bad  

  • Battery life