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Very nice, Ron, but as you can see for yourself, the steel of the B-1 has much more reflections compared to the titanium of the Seawolf.
That's why I have chosen the Seawolf. ;-)

Photo is taken with a Canon 20D + MP-E-65 macro-lens + MT-24EX Macro Twin Lite
It's NO crop.

Also the pic of the "little B" is made with the MP-E-65.

Here's a short review of that lens:

http://www.luminous-landscape.com/reviews/lenses/mp-e-65.shtml
 

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Very nice pic indeed Marc:-!
 

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Thx guys !
I'm trying to be as good as the Breitling Chronolog Photographers....:-d
But there's a loooooooonnnnnngggggg way to go to reach that level of art !;-)
 

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Good photo Marc

I personally think that among the many great features of the Seawolf, the Crown is about the best. Unless you have handled & screwed this puppy in, you simply can't believe how rugged yet smooth, powerful yet precise this is. I know of no other screw down crown to compare - makes every other crown I have tried (rolex/omega.......) feel fussy, fiddly & flimsy.

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Yes, that crown is extremely well made and has a very good "grip" - even with gloves on, one can use that crown without any problem.
I like te AS because it is a very "basic" and "clean-dial" watch.
 
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