It gets a slightly higher-resolution sensor over the T6 -- more megapixels -- and that's all.
There are only two updates to Pentax's flagship DSLR, but they're potentially impressive.
In its new flagship APS-C model, Fujifilm's the last of the mainstream mirrorless camera makers to drift from optical stabilization to sensor shift.
The company's latest mirrorless camera is smaller and lighter than its predecessor with the tilting viewfinder of a sibling series. But it's lost something.
Panasonic hopes a combination of speed, tonal tuning and body design will tempt serious photographers.
For a step up in photo quality or performance from a phone or compact, the Canon EOS Rebel T7i/800D remains a fan favorite.
The Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 is an instant film camera married with the convenience of a digital camera, but it's not without compromise.
Leica did it first, but it's telling that no one else has tried in the four-year interim.
The first instant film camera under the new Polaroid Originals brand, it's a pure analog point-and-shoot.
It upgrades from a ridiculous 5 frames per second on the RX10 III to a sublimely ridiculous 24fps with continuous focus and exposure.
The successor to the Nikon D810 hits 45 megapixels and 7-9 fps continuous shooting.
FrontRow is the latest wearable camera that promises to allow to you to live in the moment while simultaneously capturing it.
Moto Z's newest modular accessory is a high-priced way to take 360 video on the go.
It's a little bigger than its predecessor, the SL1, but it includes the most necessary updates.
It's the company's first full-frame dSLR with a movable LCD, which is kind of sad.
It's not perfect and it's too expensive for many of us, but the A9 is fast, accurate, lightweight and delivers on photo quality.
Nikon finally adds a tilting screen to its dSLR for shooting action on a budget but made a couple sacrifices along the way.
The update to Canon's higher-end but still entry-ish dSLR gets a new name, along with a much-needed refresh.