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Maybe there is one already? Maybe not...

I know there are a lot of WIS'ers on here, so lets see the wrist candy!!

E-PL2 w/14-42 II, Dramatic Tone Art Filter:

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Oh I'll play this....

Right up my ally.

until I can pull some out... this right from my Mu-43 gallery...

ps. great thread idea...!



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Already seen elsewhere I think, but...

<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/5342818004/" title="P1031307-PPR Olympus Pen E-P1 Micro 4/3 by Lucky.penguin, on Flickr">
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<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/5400357092/" title="P1301727-PPR Olympus Pen E-P1 Micro 4/3 by Lucky.penguin, on Flickr">
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<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/5400253986/" title="P1301720-PPR Olympus Pen E-P1 Micro 4/3 by Lucky.penguin, on Flickr">
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All taken with E-P1 + Zuiko 4/3 35mm f3.5 Macro
 

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Pulled a few...

Here are a few fast as possible,

Early 1940's german Omega, 1960's "transistorized" Wittnauer, and one of my Favorites a late 60's Wittnauer "Jump Hour".

GF1 / Rokkor 45mm f2


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A humble Tissot...
Don't you "humble" that Tissot! Timepiece of NASCAR, often same ETA movements as more expensively cased watches. Here's my Tissot, my other Breit (titanium), and the watch I wear everyday...

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Gee, some awesome gear here. I love the Brietling. Until I can afford one of those, I'll stick with my Techniques d'Avant Garde Aquaracer diving watch.

GF1 with 20mm. Lamp lit from top and LED torch lit from front.

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I can't afford a Breitling either. I buy them abused, missing the bracelets, etc., then nurse them back to health. Neither came with the proper bracelet, so I clean and polish the cases, sit back and wait for the proper parts to show up. It keeps the price way down, and if it doesn't have a box, even cheaper! Since I wear them, I don't really care about the boxes. I'll also buy most any watches that are at a really good price, then sell off three to buy one nicer, then two nicer ones to get something a little nicer. It, too, is a sickness. But it is the only way I'd ever get a Breitling.
 

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took it with ep1 and md celtic 28mm
 

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took it with ep1 and md celtic 28mm
I like its retro look!
 

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Ford motor co ltd edition

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Thanks guys beautiful watches and great shots
I'm up to 8 watches (3 more on the way)
 

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Right up my ally.

until I can pull some out... this right from my Mu-43 gallery...

ps. great thread idea...!



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Gorgeous presentation Alan !!! :smile:
 

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SWEET!! I got an Olympus 25mm extension tube on the 'bay for $15.00. It arrived today!

E-PL2, OM 50mm 1.8, Olympus 25mm Ext. Tube, m4/3 adapter. Yes, the Dramatic Tone filter again, converted to B/W in PS.

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Right up my ally.

until I can pull some out... this right from my Mu-43 gallery...

ps. great thread idea...!



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Gorgeous presentation Alan !!! :smile:
 

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pardon the darkness. still new at this stuff.

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