I hope it's ok to post a rediculous amount of PAM307 pics...

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I hope it's ok to post a rediculous amount of PAM307 pics...

wilmsenm
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May 24th, 2010, 7:33 pm #1

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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RUpanerai
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May 24th, 2010, 7:41 pm #2

As usual Martin...

What did you do differently with the lighting? The watch looks very soft in the first couple photos.

Love the pics with the blue background, really makes the dial POP!

I hope I get my Revolution in the mail today!

Hope all is well in Amsterdam!



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tdblackmon
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May 24th, 2010, 7:43 pm #3

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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Gorgeous lighting on these. The watch is cool....but so insanely thick...and no mechanical depth gauge...two strikes....otherwise, I'd be all over it. The pictures almost make me second guess this however.
Thanks Martin!

Tim
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May 24th, 2010, 7:45 pm #4

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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you have turned a beast (of a watch) into ART...
great photos...

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May 24th, 2010, 8:00 pm #5

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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Cheers...

Michael

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May 24th, 2010, 8:01 pm #6

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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May 24th, 2010, 8:07 pm #7

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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New set up is great, old one is not bad either

Kevin

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May 24th, 2010, 8:13 pm #8

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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Thanks for sharing them

Upstate New York
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May 24th, 2010, 8:14 pm #9

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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that your photography feeds my obsession.

first the 323. amazing pics... now the 307. ur breaking my bank.

in ur future pics get a 'how many quarters thick is it' picture . that case looks very thick.

thanks again martin





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May 24th, 2010, 8:17 pm #10

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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You have captured the dial with amazing clarity

Ron

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Isle of Man - Road Racing Capital of the World

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May 24th, 2010, 8:20 pm #11

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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Hello Martin, I go every day to your blog, hoping to find more pictures and excellent text to accompany them. My congratulations, and thank you for stimulate this passion for Panerai.


Thanks

Gentil

From Portugal

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Dooderino
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May 24th, 2010, 8:43 pm #12

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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1,2 & 4 ? Looks great

"The object of life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting, 'Holy Shit, What a Ride!!!" - Mavis Leyrer
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wilmsenm
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May 24th, 2010, 8:45 pm #13

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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Cheers,
Martin

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May 24th, 2010, 8:49 pm #14

1,2 & 4 ? Looks great

"The object of life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting, 'Holy Shit, What a Ride!!!" - Mavis Leyrer
The setup is more or less the same in all the pics. What's different is that I used a big Elinchrom flash through a softbox camera left and high up. And I used two Nikon strobes in slave mode for accents. Elinchrom light is triggered with a Skyport. The light on the background behind the watch was done with a Nikon SB900 through a snoot.
Cheers,
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May 24th, 2010, 8:51 pm #15

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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May 24th, 2010, 9:05 pm #16

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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Pffffffffff dude !! your pics are not good for my savings ..........























Oh ??











I have one yet






Now i just have to learn to use a camera

Cheers & 120 Meters

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May 24th, 2010, 9:09 pm #17

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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Martin, what kind of camera/lenses are you using?


Thanks.




Vicente
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wilmsenm
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May 24th, 2010, 9:25 pm #18

Pffffffffff dude !! your pics are not good for my savings ..........























Oh ??











I have one yet






Now i just have to learn to use a camera

Cheers & 120 Meters

Martin

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May 24th, 2010, 9:27 pm #19

Martin, what kind of camera/lenses are you using?


Thanks.




Vicente
Nikon D700 an Nikkor 105mm VR 2.8
Cheers,
Martin

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May 24th, 2010, 9:29 pm #20

...because I just did

The watch is not mine. The 307 (Luminor 1950 Pangaea submersible depth gauge) is 47mm, it's made out of titanium, it has a depth gauge function and it is a 2008 special edition. Awesome watch!

BTW I used a different lighting setup this time. I think I like the results better.













































Thanks for looking,
Martin

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Regards,

Craig LA


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I have no clue what time it is . . . nor do I care!
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