Archive for February, 2016

Koroni or Corone (Greek: Κορώνη) is a town and a former municipality in Messenia, Peloponnese, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Pylos-Nestoras, of which it is a municipal unit.[2] Known as Corone by the Venetians and Ottomans, the town of Koroni (pop. 1,668) sits on the southwest peninsula of the Peloponnese on the Gulf of Messinia in southern Greece 45 minutes southwest of Kalamata. The town is nestled on a hill below an impressive Venetian castle and reaches to the edge of the gulf. The town was the seat of the former municipality of Koróni, which has a land area of 105.163 km² and a population of 5,067 (2001 census). The municipal unit’s next largest towns are Charokopeió (pop. 743), Chrysokellariá (528), and Vasilítsi (488). It also includes the uninhabited offshore island of Venétiko.

From Wikipedia


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A beautiful place to visit for you and your family . If you have never been in this historic town on the edge of Peloponnese, don’t lose the opportunity to visit it this summer.

See You there…

Shot on D7200 and Nikon 18-55mm VR



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Black Bridges with Light Curves

Black Bridges with Light Curves


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Dont Let Me Down, D7200




Posted: February 13, 2016 in D7200, Uncategorized
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Tobruk, D7200 & Nikon 18-55mm VR

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Standing Tall, B&W, D7200

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Man at work, Perama Port

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Blue sky, Red Ship, Orange Man

Nikon D7200 and Nikon 18-55mm VR

Perama, Greece

Until recently I was a proud owner of a Nikon D3200 an entry DSLR and an Olympus E-PL5 a mirror-less handy backup camera. I was extremely happy with my D3200 solid built and generally great value for money, but I wasn’t happy how it coped with low light situations and its video performance was just good in challenging situations. (in my eyes). As for the E-PL5 was very handy in terms of size-portability, stealth etc. Photo quality good and video a bit better than the D3200. I was finding myself not using as frequent the E-PL5  as time passed. Also I wanted to make a step forward with my gear and focus on one brand (Nikon in my Case) and later invest a bit more money in good brand lenses.

So it was time for liquidation… there goes the D3200 and the E-PL5 and with the help of a good friend of mine Fotographer Kostas Nousis, I managed to get my hands on a brand new D7200 at a great price.


Why did I choose D7200?? Well…

First of all it houses a EXPEED 4 processor, WiFi & NFC included as well as much improved buffer to hold more images before you have to wait for the files to write to the memory card. Also Rugged, weather-sealed body. Great ergonomics and loads of controls. Accurate optical viewfinder. Excellent image quality. Decent burst speed. Swift auto-focus. Superb battery life. Twin cards with ability to backup which adds safety to your photo shoots.

What the improvements really mean is that you’ll be able to take 3x the number of photos (compared to the D7100) before you are waiting on the camera to finish writing, and you’ll be able to use much higher ISO’s with acceptable performance. How high is subjective and need to be seen in action.


Check Detailed specifications from Ken Rockwell site.

Back to my case , last Friday afternoon I knew it had arrived to my friend and I was to receive it next Saturday morning….. I tell you it was an uneasy night.

When I got the box with the body in my hands nothing could stop me not even the cold that I had the last days. A few minutes charging the battery, attached the kit lens I had from my D3200, 18-55mm VR and 10 minutes later I had my first shots in my hands.

It not a proper test, its not even close to some quality photos from myself. But…. i was so excited that i wanted to share something from the Day One of what I hope to be a long relationship. Enough words here are some shots.

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You Can See more in my Flickr Album D7200 Day One.