What are the best Point-and-shoot cameras?

  1. #1
    Written on June 14, 2017
    María Reyes
    "I absolutely love this camera! I'm a freelance photographer and recently my sister asked me to take pictures and videos at her wedding. Of course I said yes, but I needed a camera that was worth it. The Sony RX100 IV was the only choice! The zoom is great and the camera itself is extremely easy to use, even to people who aren't as technology savvy as I am."
  2. #2
    Written on February 19, 2017
    Helen Jia
    "What a spectacular vacation! Thanks a million Power Shot G3X by Canon. I've got memories to last immortal years, the Zoom Effective allowed me to capture breathtaking shots from such a long distance. No wonder it's called the Power Shot!"
  3. #3
    Written on May 31, 2017
    Emily Estrada
    "As the name implies, Fujifilm X100F provides that nostalgic vintage look, feel and quality you've come to expect."
  1. #4
    Written on February 17, 2017
    Carol Yin
    "I'm a Mountain and Rock climbing enthusiasts, where my love and passion drove me to tutor other enthusiasts and new comers. All my real-time Instructional videos and tutorials created with my new GoPro Hero with Voice Control gives me the ability to record every step to the top of the world's most exhilarting mountain tops."
  2. #5
    Ricoh GR II


    Written on February 4, 2017
    Aditya Powar
    "The Ricoh GR II definitely has features that it's competitors don't have at this price point. It's a relatively unfamiliar brand but consensus says that this camera is worth a buy. The wifi feature is something that certain photographers would consider indispensable."
  3. #6
    Written on August 21, 2017
    Fabiola Solís
    "Step aside cumbersome selfie sticks, with Nikon Coolpix A300 I can remotely control my camera, hands free and more entertaining selfies, and all my other favorites. With Wi-Fi connectivity now all of my pictures to be Instantly uploaded to SmartPhone, on every shot,"
  4. #7
    Leica TL2


    Written on March 4, 2018
    Helen Owens
    "I don't like having to carry around a large camera or lenses. I needed something smaller, something i could carry in my bag, so I got a Leica TL2. It is nice, light, and easy to use. I am liking the quality of the photos and look forward to using the camera some more."

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Best Point-and-shoot cameras
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 Sony RX100 IV Electronics 95 Paid
2 Canon PowerShot G3 X Electronics 69 Paid
3 Fujifilm X100F Electronics 54 Paid
4 GoPro Hero5 Black Electronics 43 Paid
5 Ricoh GR II Electronics 35 Paid
6 Nikon Coolpix A300 Electronics 10 Paid
7 Leica TL2 Electronics 0 Paid

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