5 Best Point and Shoot Camera Reviews 2018 – Point and Shoot Cameras

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Top 5 Best Point and Shoot Cameras Review 2018
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5. Panasonic Lumix FZ1000
If the size of your point-and-shoot isn’t a primary concern, give the FZ1000 from Panasonic a serious look. With this camera you get a large 1” image sensor along with an extraordinary amount of zoom at 25-400mm (this specialized category of point-and-shoot has earned the moniker “superzoom”). Other point-and-shoots below like the Canon SX720 HS offer even more zoom in smaller packages, but those models have also considerably smaller sensors and can’t compete with the optical quality of the FZ1000. And the cherry on top: the FZ1000 is one of the only cameras on this list that shoots 4K video.

4. Sony RX100 V
At the end of last year Sony released the RX100 V, the latest in this line of highly successful advanced compacts. The two most significant additions are an impressive 315-point phase detection autofocus (all previous RX100 models are contrast detection) and faster shooting with a speedy 24 fps burst rate. Combined with 4K video functionality and an electronic viewfinder, this camera is all that many enthusiasts and professionals need.

3. Canon G7 X Mark II
Sony dominated the 1” sensor market for years, but Canon has come out swinging with a dizzying array of premium point-and-shoots. Our top pick for 2017 is the G7 X Mark II, which is more expensive than the G9 X below but loaded with features and functionality. First, you get a useful focal length equivalent to 24-100mm, which is more coverage than the G9X, any Sony RX100 camera, and the Panasonic LX10 above. It also has a tilting rear LCD with touchscreen functionality, along with a fast f/1.8-2.8 lens that performs very well in low light.

2. Panasonic Lumix LX10
We absolutely loved the old Panasonic Lumix LX7, which was near the top of our lists of the best point-and-shoots and travel cameras for years. Enter the new LX10, which is very competitive with nearly all of the advanced point-and-shoots on the market, including those from Sony and Canon. Most notable is the f/1.4-2.8 lens, which is the fastest on the list and offers superb low light performance for a compact. The LX10 also has a touchscreen, which the Sony RX100 V does not, and shoots 4K video. It’s the whole package for travel photographers and aspiring videographers looking for a small set-up.

1. Sony RX100
When people ask us which point-and-shoot they should buy, we almost always recommend Sony’s RX100 series. These advanced compacts check all the boxes: large sensors, fast Carl Zeiss lenses, and a number of advanced features, all in lightweight and durable bodies. And with the release of the RX100 V below, you now have whopping five models to choose from.


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