You can’t say that the experience of connecting your phone to your camera through Wi-Fi is as simple and seamless as the DxO One experience, but it remains an excellent way to share your images shortly after they’ve been captured. All of the 2015 Camera of the Year contenders, except for the Canon 5Ds, have built-in Wi-Fi. The Canon lets you add it, along with high-speed Ethernet, through its WFT-E7A ($770, street) wireless file transmitter or add wireless alone through an EyeFi card ($67, street,16GB). More and more we’ve seen SLR bodies, outside of high-end pro models, with Wi-Fi built-in. Even die hard RAW shooters like me have been known to share JPEGs before going home to perfect the image later. I was able to send the image in the LCD of the Sony A7S II of my friend running the New York City Marathon to her smartphone before she even crossed the finish line.