The HTC Re's features might not be as unusual as its design, but it's still a solid little camera that's easier and faster to shoot with than your average smartphone.
The GoPro Hero4 Silver takes everything we liked about the Hero3+ Black -- especially the solid video quality -- and adds in some handy new features including a touchscreen, making it one of the best little action cameras around.
The HX-A1's size and price offer a decent option for buyers, but there are better choices.
This action camera is a cheap and cheerful alternative to the more expensive GoPro models, ideal for those who want an all-in-one package with a glut of mounting options.
The Xiaomi Yi Action Cam's video quality and shooting options are well above those of other cameras in its class, but you'll need to bring your own accessories.
With a bit of tweaking, the Garmin Dash Cam 20 is a (mostly) silent witness that watches the road without attracting the driver's attention.
The GoPro Hero3 Silver and White editions are strong contenders in the sports camera market, but the faster, more powerful Black Edition is head and shoulders the best sports camera on the market today.
A leaner, lighter version of its top POV camera, the Sony Action Cam Mini HDR-AZ1 puts big performance in a little package.
The highlight of Panasonic's camcorder announcements are a couple of feature-packed 4K/UHD models.
The latecomer's first foray into prosumer 4K video looks like Frankenstein's megazoom, but it's got a relatively large 1-inch sensor and a clever new design.
Sony's X1000V offers power and performance in a package that goes head-to-head with the GoPro.
The Livestream Mevo and an iPhone put the power of multicamera storytelling in your pocket.
An action cam with a lot of features, excellent video quality and a more affordable price, the YI 4K is undeniably a good deal.
No longer a big eyeball, the shrunken 360-degree camera has a better design, improved video and more phone support -- including iPhone.
The compact dual-lens camera is loaded with top-end features for capturing and streaming spherical video, but it's not priced that way.
Not only did the company announce a first for the action cam category at the show, but it brought its folding high-speed tricopter drone along for the ride.
If a GoPro camera and a performance data recorder had a baby, it would be the new Horizon dashcam.
The $5,000 six-camera setup might be aimed at professionals, but the hardware-software combination looks easy enough for beginners.