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Calibre de Cartier Diver - Photoshoot!

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Gazzla

Hey Gang

 

Recently received from the Overweight Bamboo Muncher a rather splendid Cartier.

 

Feels nice and solid and very comfy on the wrist thanks to a quite good (for a rep) rubber strap.

 

Without further ado:

 

 

 

 

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Gaz :D

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I have a watch problem

Beautiful watch! Great pics as well :) What are you shooting with?

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shokka9

Nice photos; think this watch just made it onto the shortlist for me.

 

Wait, there is a trend here; since I joined, I saw the Tudor BB in one of your photoshoots (which I have bought this week), and now this.....

 

Thanks for being a great enabler!

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Venomous

Ffs. Another to add to the list.

 

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Not That Rich
:clap: Great pics Gazzla, you even make watches I don't like look great!

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N.Rico

nice !

nice pics as always .

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Limp Wrist :(

Never seen on in the wild, its stunning.

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Martijn0007

Cool watch and great photography as always! :thumbsup:

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Gazzla

Beautiful watch! Great pics as well :) What are you shooting with?

 

 

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:D

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Del

Lovely pics. :thumbsup2:

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Gazzla

Lovely pics. :thumbsup2:

 

 

Cheers Del :D

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Foxindebox

Great pictures!

 

I also have one of these from the same place. It's a lovely watch and one of my favourites:)

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Gazzla

Thanks chaps :D

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TheSav

brilliant photos. I like these a lot.

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baxter

brilliant photos. I like these a lot.

+1 :thumbsup:

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plankton

Beautiful watch! Great pics as well :) What are you shooting with?

 

 

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:D

New one!!!! Hope your doing well Gaz!

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ag69

Great photos!! I have the same watch in rose gold and absolutely love it!!

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zerotera

Great watch great photos great camera! The whole shebang!

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Corv99

Agree Great photo's... making me want one of these now as well!!!! ;-(

 

is that an Ali Pen? :lol:

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Gazzla

brilliant photos. I like these a lot.

+1 :thumbsup:

 

 

Thanks Jez! :lol:

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watchworm

Hi Gazzla your Tudor BB photos have allready persueded me to replace my low-beat one with the hi-beat Aliex source - and now

this is tempting me.

 

One problem however. The only Calibre Diver models I can find on FatPandas TD topics all have the sub-dial shown as NOT passing through the hands

pinion like a lot of rep cartier calibre whereas your photos show subdial ring passing through hands pinion.

 

Is there another source of these and if so could you point me in the right direction.

 

Thanks.

 

(As usual fantastic photos - do you have a how-to thread all my photos turn out poorly?)

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Gazzla

Hi Gazzla your Tudor BB photos have allready persueded me to replace my low-beat one with the hi-beat Aliex source - and now

this is tempting me.

 

One problem however. The only Calibre Diver models I can find on FatPandas TD topics all have the sub-dial shown as NOT passing through the hands

pinion like a lot of rep cartier calibre whereas your photos show subdial ring passing through hands pinion.

 

Is there another source of these and if so could you point me in the right direction.

 

Thanks.

 

(As usual fantastic photos - do you have a how-to thread all my photos turn out poorly?)

 

 

The one on FP's site used to come from 'R Factory' which he no longer deals with. This one was sourced from one of other sources. If you shoot him an email with this link he will be able to help you. Just tell him what movement you want and mention the sub dial.

 

Regarding photos, there are many variables, but a decent camera, some good light, a tripod, and a bit of very simple post shoot editing (I use Windoze Photos most of the time) and you're there.

 

These were taken with one of these. Not expensive at all:

 

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/2384968.htm

 

Gaz

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Corv99

what about the pen? :lol:

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watchworm

Hi Gazzla your Tudor BB photos have allready persueded me to replace my low-beat one with the hi-beat Aliex source - and now

this is tempting me.

 

One problem however. The only Calibre Diver models I can find on FatPandas TD topics all have the sub-dial shown as NOT passing through the hands

pinion like a lot of rep cartier calibre whereas your photos show subdial ring passing through hands pinion.

 

Is there another source of these and if so could you point me in the right direction.

 

Thanks.

 

(As usual fantastic photos - do you have a how-to thread all my photos turn out poorly?)

 

 

The one on FP's site used to come from 'R Factory' which he no longer deals with. This one was sourced from one of other sources. If you shoot him an email with this link he will be able to help you. Just tell him what movement you want and mention the sub dial.

 

Regarding photos, there are many variables, but a decent camera, some good light, a tripod, and a bit of very simple post shoot editing (I use Windoze Photos most of the time) and you're there.

 

These were taken with one of these. Not expensive at all:

 

http://www.argos.co....ber/2384968.htm

 

Gaz

Thanks Gaz very helpfull will contact FP next week after recovering from last nights overspend on

Aliexpress (thanks dfq23 - I think).

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