Emil Varadi

Emil Varadi

Lives in Hungary Szeged, Hungary
Joined on Apr 11, 2005

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  • Replied in It should work
    Me too, I have the CNX-D in Windows 10 environment working fine, no problems ever. Also have CNX-D with Windows 7 on another computer and on my laptop, working just fine. If Nikon support gives no ...
  • Replied in Bad omen
    You do not need to be in a moist environment. This is how my previous GR died on me in a dry environment. Bad, worse and then dead. So its a bad omen if there is a pattern. … You may have to start ...
  • You obviously have little tolerance towards people who have a different view than yours, and decided to take the patronising path you said you were critical of. What a beautiful contradiction! Fish ...
  • ...is nothing to write home about. Regrettably.
  • … without the emergence of the new Z-System. Last week a Nikon 60/2.8 G macro was most likely the last F-mount lens I bought and even that because of the ES-2 film digitizer that requires such a ...
  • Your's may have been with some occasional discount, but today the price of Sigma 35 Art at B&H  is 899 USD. The Nikon S 35 is 846.95. That's only 52 bucks, which is not much, but we can still say ...
  • Replied in Rorslett
    The problem with the website you quoted is that the lenses were tested on older DSLRs, not the modern ones. Results would often be different with modern gear. If you want uptodate Rorslett, you ...
  • It comes quite often that people come right out of the blue to DPR forums and immediately lambast people with very strong photographic pedigrees, just as this time. G Master drops in and already ...
  • … I think. Simply because that is the new camera with new features. It is often said on these forums that nothing happens with the old cameras when new updated versions come out, they just keep ...
  • I had a GR for two or three years with the traditional sebsor dust problem. It died on me in 2017, just stopped working. Since the repairshop  quoted an irrational price, I was better off buying a ...
  • Replied in I loved this
    Thank you.
  • Thanks for taking the trouble to post. It is clear that the 24-70 zoom serves as a good swiss army knife and it is indifferent whether we talk about DSLR or mirrorless. But how does it compare to ...
  • I have noted that quite often people come to dpreview forum not to discuss technical details – what should be the prime objective of this forum – but to vent their frustration, stress, internal ...
  • Fishy, it’s always great to read a patronising comment from people who do not have the slightest idea what you are shooting and what your standards are. I shoot land- and urban scapes and I am ...
  • … into any F-bayonet lens? Even with the FTZ adapter, these lenses can only be sub-optimal on the mirrorless Z system cameras.
  • …. ...the beginning of the discussion about the Nikon Z7. Then and there you tubers nearly annihilated a camera that later proved absolutely superb.
  • Actually two. I mean those bitterly complaining that there is a fly (or flies) in the ointment with GRIII. You have the wonderful option to take a good look at Zeiss's ZX1 early next year when it ...
  • https://www.dpreview.com/news/3430444458/zeiss-announces-full-frame-compact-with-fixed-35mm-f2-lens
  • Yes, but I would still buy the GRIII if it had a flash. I was just joking by the way.
  • Reading all this it feels like being in the middle of battle of trolls. Okay, so the new GRIII really proves its a disaster, what do you do? What I would do  is go back to GRII and keep happily ...
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Last review Apr 28, 2005
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Last entry Feb 12, 2010
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