Firstly forgive my lack of experience with photography, My shots were actually taken with a Cannon Hf100 camcorder in poor light. I felt the urge to pull the finger out and try to get a couple of shots of some of my older zodiac watches.
First up is a Marine Life Professional. It houses an eta 2824 movement, has sapphire crystal and is rated to 200 m
I really like the detailing around the lume markers and the pearl like sheen from the face.
The band is unusual, perhaps influenced by the tag link series. Unlike the Tag's each link is a single piece with a brushed, bead blasted and polished finish.
Next up is my marine life Professional Chronograph. This is one of my few quartz watches. I think the movement is an eta G15. The poor lighting is in a way counteracted by a bright laptop
This a newer marine life model, probably from around 2000, info on these is very thin on the ground.
it was the bracelet that did it for me
Lastly and not very well shot is a Zodiac Red Point Chronograph, uses the trusty 7750 movement and has an acrylic face.
The classic valjoux 7750 subdial layout, love those lume dots, they dont do very much anymore.
Red Dot series were mostly dive watches, although this one is only rated to 100m
The pesudo screw down pushers are only for show.
A NOS zodiac president style band i was lucky enough to pick up on ebay.
Thats it , thanks for looking.