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Captured Omega cal 320 to video

  1. Risto

    Risto Apr 19, 2019

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    Just a short clip I did today.
    Did not have much time to source better soundtrack, so please, forgive me :)
    Omega chronograph 101.009
    Caliber 320 1965.

    What a superb watch it is!



    Handheld, Fuji X-H1, Carl Zeiss Flektogon 35/2.4 lens.
    This really needs dedicated proper film, shooting whole day should do it.
     
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  2. Igora

    Igora Apr 20, 2019

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    Nice..
     
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  3. dputydwg1

    dputydwg1 Apr 20, 2019

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    Thank you
     
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  4. Risto

    Risto Apr 23, 2019

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    One photo from this beauty. What a sight it is!
    I have to get a proper macro lens to achieve even better results.

    DSCF7933_1.jpg
     
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  5. ilayd

    ilayd Apr 23, 2019

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    May I suggest getting a tripod? Although great subject matter, I couldnt finish watching, I was starting to get dizzy!
     
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  6. dputydwg1

    dputydwg1 Apr 23, 2019

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    great shot thanks for posting
     
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  7. Risto

    Risto Apr 23, 2019

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    I have a tripod, but I cannot shoot vertically down with it. But I'm considering one that has a horizontal arm. I agree that the handheld is not the proper way to shoot video. Next one will be step up!
     
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  8. BillLundberg

    BillLundberg Jun 16, 2019

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    I always get mesmerized by those chronograph movements. Great job!
     
  9. daderaz

    daderaz Nov 21, 2019

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    very nice, thanks
     
  10. vacheroyale

    vacheroyale Jan 7, 2020

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    Great Omega chronograph, no questions!! great that you shot it with the Flektogon . vintage glass on modern digital is the way to go. but....definitely using a tripod it would have added more quality to the screenshot
     
  11. dancollins09

    dancollins09 Jan 8, 2020

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    Quite interesting to stare at.