David has covered the consumer electronics industry since the "ancient" days of the Walkman. A "consumer’s" consumer-electronics writer who regularly contributes to some of the largest magazines on the newsstands, including InStyle and Metropolitan Home. He is a Contributing editor for Metropolitan Home (1988 to present), one of the top shelter magazines in the country. Editor of quarterly PC How-To Guide: Digital Photography Buyer's Guide for the past four years. Beyond that he has covered digital imaging for a variety of publications from the time of ground-breaking $10,000 3-megapixel cameras to the present. David has moderated imaging panels at CES and simply loves taking photos and videos.
Sony has a free update for its A7 II mirrorless full-frame camera that turns on important new features, including phase detection autofocusing and 14-bit uncompressed RAW support. It can also now autofocus select Canon lenses.
We preview two of the newest and hottest full-frame, interchangeable lens cameras on the planet: the Sony Alpha A7R Mark II and the Canon EOS 5DS R. The 5DS R triumphs in resolution, but the A7R II has a few terrific extras.