David Elrich

David Elrich

David has covered the consumer electronics industry since the "ancient" days of the Walkman. He is 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 editor of the quarterly PC How-To Guide: Digital Photography Buyer's Guide for the past four years and has covered digital imaging 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.

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Nikon’s D7200 is a strong successor to its famous father, but no heir apparent

Nikon’s D7200 is an upgrade to one of our favorite DSLRs -- and even though it's now been replaced, it's still a viable option at a lower price. It shoots excellent stills and performs well. But lack of features hold it back.
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There's no such thing as the perfect camera, but Nikon's D750 is damn close

The Nikon D750 DSLR is an excellent example of what full-frame cameras can do. It produces beautiful photos and videos. But does it justify its high price? Yes, it does -- and the camera's age means an even better deal.
Product Review

Sony's RX10 Mark IV is the best all-in-one camera you can buy

After spending much time with the Sony Cyber-shot RX10 Mark IV, we are confident in declaring it the best all-in-one camera you can buy, whether you’re a photographer or videographer.
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Worth the hype: Sony's A7 III puts full-frame competitors to shame

The new A7 III is so well-rounded that we would recommend to anyone looking to step up to a mirrorless full-frame camera.
Photography

Go ahead, blink. Sony's outrageously fast A9 won't miss a millisecond

With every new camera, Sony never fails to impress. Its new A9 mirrorless camera is no exception, using a stacked full-frame sensor that delivers incredible speed.
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Snap like a pro from your iPhone with the DxO One

The DxO One is a standalone camera that’s designed to specifically work with Lightning-equipped iPhones and iPads. Its 1-inch sensor provides results equal to advanced compact cameras.