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Nokia 6220 Classic vacation snapshots

Melissani Lake, Kefalonia, Greece, Nokia 6220 Classic
Melissani Lake, Kefalonia, Greece

Please excuse the lack of updates - I returned yesterday from a two week vacation on the Greek island Kefalonia, in the Ionian Sea.

A very nice vacation, which also provided me with plenty of things to report, mobility wise. I will be writing up those reports in the days to come, but for now, I leave you with a few images and a video from the vacation.

All files were recorded using my Nokia 6220 Classic.

Pool
Pool
Kefalonian meat pie Nokia 6220 Classic
Kefalonian meat pie
Alpha beer closeup Nokia 6220 Classic
Alpha beer closeup
The water at Antisami beach Nokia 6220 Classic
The water at Antisami beach
Just woke from nap
Just woke from nap
Kefalonian Cicada
Kefalonian Cicada
Lime fruits Nokia 6220 Classic
Lime fruits
Assos Nokia 6220 Classic
Assos

My flickr set of photos from Kefalonia.

Video playback is acting up on Share on Ovi - I will add video at a later time… I decided to post the videos in a separate post.

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10 Responses to “Nokia 6220 Classic vacation snapshots”

  1. Gravatar Dukeswharf Says:

    Chris,
    these photo’s are fantastic!

    I have added you to my flickr list.

    Peace

  2. Chris Says:

    Hi Dukeswharf, I’m really glad you like them!

  3. Gravatar p@sco Says:

    great shots! why don’t you partecipate to my contest about nature? there’s a white N78 as prize, :-)

  4. Chris Says:

    Thanks, p@sco!

    I did! - I have just left a comment on your blog.

    BTW: I very much enjoy your themes

  5. Gravatar kennyboy Says:

    Hi Chris,

    You noticed this dead camera pixel in your photos? I have one in my 6220c too….

    Not very obvious, but something to take note of. It’s at the back of the guy’s head on in the boat.

    Mine’s also around the same vicinity. And I’m just too lazy to go Nokia Care again for such a small problem…

    But you could consider leaving white areas to that part when composing future pictures.

  6. Chris Says:

    Hi kennyboy, thanks for the heads up - I never would have caught that one myself.

    Do you know how such dead pixels come around? If I look at an earlier photo, it does not seem to have the dead pixel?

    Although I took every precaution, I could not help sand getting into the camera during my recent vacation - I think the sand scratched the camera lens (sand got caught between lens cover and lens) and I am wondering, if maybe the sand has also caused the problem you have noticed?

  7. Gravatar WOM World / Nokia » Blog Archive - Nokia 6220 Classic photo test Says:

    [...] exterior shots, the images are ‘surprisingly good’. Gersbo has been on holidays, and has shared his photographs from Kefalonia – all taken on the 6220 Classic. He doesn’t comment on the images, but let’s [...]

  8. Gravatar kennyboyz Says:

    strange…i can’t seem to post my reply proper.

    Inserted by moderator:

    Hi Chris,

    The same dead pixel is there. Try opening both pics in firefox in the “Large” size….and switch between the tabs. You’ll see that the same white dead pixel is there in the same position in both pictures.

    Of course….such problem could be caused by impurities on the screen, but I’ve cleaned the screen appropriately and it still is there.

    I have read of such cases before….it seems that it is possible for “dead pixels” to be present on the camera sensor itself…much like the possibility of having dead pixels on a lcd screen…

    http://www.gdargaud.net/Hack/DeadPixels.html
    http://www.pcreview.co.uk/forums/thread-1561266.php

  9. Chris Says:

    @kennyboyz: Email your reply to gersbo at gmail.com and I will add it to your previous comment.

  10. Gravatar Ifigeneia Says:

    Nice photos!

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