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SeikoJohn
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Seiko 7548 Time Lapse

on Thu Sep 07 2017, 18:59
I had a little time on my hands earlier so decided to take some photos of my Seiko 7548 and then realised the camera gave me a time lapse option so I thought hey why now

Is it just me or is it slightly hypnotic to watch the time lapse video






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Re: Seiko 7548 Time Lapse

on Thu Sep 07 2017, 19:12
oh no !! Shocked  your seiko is broken, did you put too high a voltage battery in it ?



lol!

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