I've never used Outlook, but have heard people mourning it's loss in Win 10.
If you like to have a computer based (not webmail) mail client, Thunderbird is very good, and free from Mozilla. I've used it for many years and now have it on Win 10 on three machines. https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/
I plug my camera in to a USB port and turn it on. When it shows up on the File Explorer, I right click on the camera name and icon. From the drop down menu I select "import pictures and videos". That gives me options for tagging etc. and downloads any pictures not previously downloaded on a given computer. Is that the Camera Wizard you're looking for?
I think I had to do some setting up the first time I used it, where to download and a format for naming the files. I may also have set up that the File Explorer automatically opens when my camera is plugged in and turned on.
Overall, I've been very pleased with Win 10. After I replaced most of the distracting colourful rectangles that appear when the windows button is clicked, with items from the "Apps" list that are programs I actually use, and pinned the ones I use daily to the task bar, it didn't seem such a big change. (Just drag and drop from the Apps list to replace rectangles.)
I do prefer how it runs on a desktop computer to how it runs on the laptop, though.