Here we have a list of best cameras of 2016 as below.
10 Canon EOS Rebel T6i
With photos, the T6i continues to exemplify what Canon’s Rebels can do. Videos, however, still isn’t a big deal.
9 Sony Alpha A7 Mark II
For a $400 price premium over its predecessor, Sony’s A7 Mark II, with stellar image stabilization, is worth it.
8 Samsung NX500
The NX500 is a challenger for Sony’s A6000 for the compact mirrorless camera crown. Both are exceptional, but the NX500 ups the ante with 4K video.
7 Nikon 1 J5
With a new 20.8-megapixel sensor and a good processor, the Nikon J5 takes an astonishing leap in quality — we recommend it wholeheartedly.
6 Nikon D5500
Nikon’s D5500 is a good starter camera for new DSLR buyers. Just make sure you pair it with a good lens.
5 Canon PowerShot G3 X
With a 1-inch sensor with 24x zoom, the PowerShot G3 X have a mega-zoom.
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4 Sony Cyber-shot RX100 IV
Like its predecessor, the RX100 IV is expensive, but it’s also the best compact camera you can buy.
3 Canon EOS 5DS R
For photography purists, Canon’s 5DS R DSLR have an outstanding stills at a whopping 50.6 megapixels.
2 Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II
Existing Olympus Micro Four Thirds owners should upgrade to the E-M5 Mark II, while new buyers should put it on the shortlist. It’s that excellent.
1 Sony A7R II
Sony’s feature-packed A7R II is the best camera of 2015.
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