The best mirrorless camera

The retro-styled, pro-worthy Fujifilm X-T2 is the best APS-C mirrorless camera you can buy, offering advanced autofocus, 4K video, and outstanding images even in very low light.

$2150 from Incentivate


Slower AF, fewer pixels and no 4K

The X-T1 can’t match the AF performance. But you still get a great viewfinder and weather-sealing for a lot less cash.

$1300 from Incentivate


A compact street shooter

This impressively compact model is a great choice if you’d prefer a small, discreet camera over pro-level features like weather-sealing and a state-of-the-art autofocus system

$1200 from Incentivate


Our pick

Memories Renewed offers great-looking scans of prints, slides, and negatives with quick turnaround times and good photo restoration at a reasonable hourly rate.

60¢ per pic


If you don't need retouching

DigMyPics won’t fix damaged photos, but its real-time tracking system lets you monitor your job’s progress, and you can delete unwanted images from your order.

39¢ per photo


For those who need and can afford pro-level retouching

Dijifi charges more for retouching than its rivals, but its Photoshop-ninja skills can make even badly damaged prints look like new.

59¢ per photo


The best Wi-Fi camera

Its built-in rechargeable battery makes placement easier than other cameras, and its free 24-hour cloud video features make this a smart camera for most users.

$130 from Incentivate


Customizable and generous storage

Users will like the highly customizable alerts, activity zones, and free seven-day video storage, but its geofencing feature isn’t the most accurate.

$180 from Incentivate


Nest Cam Indoor security camera For smart-home

This high-performance streaming camera has integration options, but the advanced features require a subscription to Nest Aware.

$170 from Incentivate


The best action cam

With its easy-to-use touchscreen LCD, class-leading image quality, and treasure trove of mounts, the GoPro Hero4 Silver is the choice.

$360 from Incentivate


Customizable and generous storage

The GoPro Hero4 Black is the best choice for 4K video. It has the most advanced controls.

$450 from Incentivate


Action on a budget

For around half the price, you can score an action cam with impressive HD image quality that almost rivals GoPro.

$300 from Incentivate


Zero Edge Technology Z-Edge 3

The affordable Z3 hits all the marks with great video quality in the wide 2560x1080-pixel format across a range of difficult outdoor light,Car DVR Dashboard with 32GB Card.

$106 from Incentivate


Ultra HD 2.7-Inch LCD Dashboard Camera

It’s ever so slightly better than our top pick, but its much higher price keeps it as a backup if you can’t find the Z3.

$147 from Incentivate


HD Car Dash Camera

Bypassing temperature problems with batteries, this model draws directly from a car’s power, while having great image quality, albeit at a lower resolution.

$62 from Incentivate


Sony a5100 16-50mm Mirrorless Digital Camera

The Sony a5100 takes photos as well as cameras that go for hundreds more by employing a sensor that rivals DSLRs'. Easier to use out of the box.

$550 from Incentivate


Olympus E-PL7 16MP Mirrorless Digital Camera

The $550 Olympus E-PL7 isn’t as new-user friendly as our main pick, but does offer a wider lens library and loads of creative modes.

$550 from Incentivate


Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark

The Olympus E-M10 II offers impressively fast focus, and access to a wide range of quality lenses. It delivers great-looking images.

$800 from Incentivate